How a 400-year-old story keeps reinventing itself to reflect what we most want, and what we most fear
Celebrating the literary legacy of 7 authors who passed away before the publication of their work
Nov 2 2018 - JR Ramakrishnan
In the latest installment of Fire the Canon, our panelists suggest alternatives to William Golding’s schoolboy dystopia
Oct 18 2018 - Electric Literature
Tempt fate on Friday the 13th with these books about black cats and other portents
Apr 13 2018 - Electric Literature
If you’re having trouble finding new ideas, remember: there are plenty of old ones you can smush together!
Feb 2 2018 - Jess Zimmerman
Artist Michela Martello on anonymity, words as symbols and painting on Shakespeare
May 2 2017 - Catherine LaSota
Some brilliant novels to read on your next long flight or lazy afternoon read
Mar 14 2017 - Lincoln Michel
The novelist and poet on communing with Frankenstein’s monster, Dostoevsky in chains and breaking free of traditional narratives.
Jan 26 2017 - Lorraine Berry
The Angel of History author on AIDS, drones & political fiction
Nov 10 2016 - Dan Sheehan
I was shaped by the rigid truths of Soviet cartoons. Then I discovered “Alice in Wonderland”.