8 Superb Books to Celebrate GLBT Month

Column by Emmanuel Nataf
While we believe LGBTQ+ stories should be incorporated into people’s reading lists year-round, here are eight diverse and truly superb books to help your celebrate GLBT Book Month this June.

A List of Books I Recommended to Autumn Christian for "Girl Like a Bomb"

Column by Christoph Paul
Editors suggest books to inspire writers. Here is an example.

Help, There Are Feelings In My Sex: The Origins of Girl Like A Bomb

Column by Autumn Christian
Christian's latest is a female coming-of-age story that's a cross between an X-men origin story and Lars Von Trier's "Nymphomaniac".

Why Coming of Age Crime Stories Work So Well

Column by Justin Hunter December 20, 2017
The movie adaptation of 'The November Criminals' reminds us that coming of age crime stories are the best kinds of stories.

So I Heard Y'all Want to Float: The Past, Present, and Future of Stephen King's IT

Column by Max Booth III
We dig deep into the novel, miniseries, and film adaptation of Stephen King's killer clown novel.
Bookshots: 'Swing Time' by Zadie Smith

Bookshots: 'Swing Time' by Zadie Smith

Review by BH Shepherd
A brief review of "Swing Time" by Zadie Smith.
Bookshots: 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' by Ed Tarkington

Bookshots: 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' by Ed Tarkington

Review by Ed Sikov
An eight-year-old boy adores his older brother, but when the brother leaves the kid stranded in the middle of the woods, he begins to question the relationship.

How Precocious is Too Precocious? Writing Smart but Believable Kids

Column by Leah Dearborn September 26, 2013
There’s a fine line that authors tread when writing from a child's perspective. A balance must be found between a voice that is unrealistically adult, and one that is too naive to be engaging.