Dorielys Cruz, University of Texas at San Antonio
The graphic novel is as creative as it is captivating.
Which, as it turns out, faces most of the same boring problems as hetero love.
Some of your favorite novels are finally coming to the silver screen.
Your favorite 2004 film with a Shakespearean twist.
Broke, bored and can’t travel? Check out the summer romance section at your local library.
Yes, there are YouTube channels made specifically for book fiends.
The new collection might be her strongest, but most jaded work yet.
The poet poses a central question: What happens when everyone averts their eyes?
Unlike its title suggests, this poetry collection lacks a voice.
Who wouldn’t read poetry about a legendary female warrior?
Move over, Rupi Kaur, there’s a new queen of Instagram poetry.
YouTubers can write books, too.
Bakery, young love and a tenuous music career? Sounds like a recipe for intrigue.
The re-designed collection is a masterclass in depicting the nuance of a culture.
Who says graphic novels are teen-exclusive?
Representation is important, but so are plot and other screenwriting basics.
Nearly half a million Puerto Ricans have emigrated in the last decade, and the stories offer a glimpse into their lives.
Finally, characters like Circe and Medusa get to tell their side of the story.
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