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Ling Ma’s 2018 novel about a deadly pandemic parallels and almost predicts our own situation more closely than we realize.

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Helena Fox’s debut tackles tough topics such as grief and mental health with immense grace and empathy.

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The upcoming copyright release of these last mysteries may result in the famed sleuth taking on new dimensions in the future.

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Ling Ma’s 2018 novel about a deadly pandemic parallels and almost predicts our own situation more closely than we realize.

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Helena Fox’s debut tackles tough topics such as grief and mental health with immense grace and empathy.

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The author’s realistic fiction novel captures how easy it is to give up on lifelong dreams, among other conundrums that are all too familiar to writers.

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The rich environmental imagery featured in ‘The Hobbit’ and ‘The Lord of the Rings’ make them the perfect novels to read outside.

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‘That thing was too big to be called a sword. Too big, too thick, too heavy, and too rough, it was more like a large hunk of iron.’ Fans of Kentaro Miura’s beast of a dark fantasy series reflect on 30 years of storytelling and mourn the death of its creator.

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In a genre that often features straightforward, simple love interests, this series adds subtle characterization to accompany its dating sim setting.

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This romance novel by Mariana Zapata sparks nuanced discussions on women’s fiction, the power of starting over and indie book publishing.

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Complete with twists and an unexpected ending, this series cannot be passed up by anyone who loves young adult mystery novels.

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Perfect for any lover of the written word, these shows will give you some insights into the writing, reading and publishing that goes on in the literary world.

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Publishers are paying users in the book community on the app, also known as BookTok, to promote their books, leaving some people with mixed feelings.

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The friendly nature and casual language of the late chef’s 2000 memoir allows it to be a book that can be loved and enjoyed by all.

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The main characters in Jennifer Donnelly’s novel will find a way into readers’ hearts while reminding them that while the world will go on stupid and brutal, they do not.

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In her debut romance novel, Kate Stayman-London uses a reality show to explore how the media portrays plus-size women.

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Mikki Kendall’s essay collection argues that since its inception, the feminist movement has benefited white women, while leaving behind women of color, cis-gender women, trans women and disabled women.

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With her genuine writing and diverse, complex characters, this popular novelist is leaving romance readers excited for more.

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The anime presents a diverse array of characters, each with a distinct motivation for their shared quest to attain the wish-granting Holy Grail.

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Jude Ellison Sady Doyle explores the collision of voyeurism and misogyny that causes us to relish the fall of famous women.

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Darcie Little Badger’s young adult debut is a charming story of magical realism featuring Lipan Apache representation and a murder mystery waiting to be solved.

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Dr. Cole’s dieting book has received celebrity praise, but it’s facing public backlash for spreading harmful misinformation.

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Then-futuristic books and films have featured tools like FaceTime, credit cards, 3D printers and more before they became part of everyday society.

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The genre has met resounding success outside of Asia, and translated texts continue to become increasingly popular and accessible.

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From battling toxic masculinity to teaching about the power of Pinterest, Lisa Kay Adams strives to critique gender norms and the limits of the romance genre.

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In the final installment of the romantic-comedy movie series, Lara Jean Covey’s optimistic spirit is refreshing for those who are unlucky in love.

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Alexandria Bellefleur’s new novel is the perfect piece for readers who are looking for a cozy and sweet romance to spend their Friday night cuddled up on the couch with.

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Netflix’s new hit series features a complex main character with awe-inspiring intellect, as well as a fast-paced plot.

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Don’t look for the usual cliches here. This series is about humans fighting gods in a one-on-one tournament, and the fate of humanity is at stake.

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Beyond just using the format to have their books read aloud, some writers are starting to use the medium to narrate their work in new, innovative ways.

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The whole world has been forced to slow down and become isolated, which is why many people have turned to poetic literature to cope.

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This revolutionary graphic memoir explores the author’s cathartic journey to identifying as nonbinary and asexual.

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The novel fills our early 2000s musical hole while also showing a scary portrait of the times.

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Instapoets like Rupi Kaur have amassed millions of followers who adore their work, but is any of it actually good?

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Unlike the previous 2001 anime adaptation, the more recent series maintains the spirit seen in the original Japanese comic.

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The poet and photographer has grown since the publication of her last book.

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While this common trope in media may be idealistic, it causes problems by creating unrealistic models of men.

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These works confront America’s deeply racist history and present, and at the same time, explore healing, accompanied by bursts of joy, light and love.

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The movie, based on the book of the same name, falls short of the unsettling themes its predecessor succeeds at. Its failure results in a film that doesn’t know what it is.

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Take a book, leave a book. These book exchanges allow for both self-enlightenment and an interconnected community, all while showing that following your passions can lead to real change.