Alexie may not be a household name, but he is one of the country's best known Native American poets and writers. So the news about him has rocked the worlds of both Native American and children's literature.
Season 2 of the Lemony Snicket story begins streaming on March 30.
The Bard of Avon wasn't a plagiarist, but his genius was never entirely his own.
After two hundred years, are we ready for the truth about Mary Shelley’s novel?
Which stories involving time loops do interesting things, and which just give us the same old ideas again? Let Fan Service help you sort them out.
Romance fans have long loved the genre for its unapologetic celebration of female power and sexuality. Now more and more writers are beginning to consider the ways in which their work can offer not just a happy ending, but a powerful statement.
A manuscript of a Holocaust tale published in France roped scores of people into a mystery. Including me.
The shield that protects life and civilization from solar radiation is under attack from within. We can't prevent it, but we ought to prepare.
... and the movies and TV shows we watch.
As of late, Peterson has become a darling in libertarian and alt-right circles, and frequently delivers lectures to right-wing student groups, one of which was recently titled "Identity politics and the Marxist lie of white privilege."
We live in Philip K. Dick's future, not George Orwell's or Aldous Huxley's.
I am not a good liar, only a good editor. There are rarely follow-up questions.
Prejudice is often coded into software, including tools used by the government.
Writing in PN Review, Rebecca Watts has slammed the popularity of writers such as Rupi Kaur and Hollie McNish as "consumer-driven content."
A major black novelist made a remarkable début. How did he disappear?
In spite of its tiny budget, this 1980 adaptation starring Bruce Davison, Kevin Conway and Margaret Avery artfully translates Le Guin's novel about a man whose dreams reshape reality — think "the Mandela effect" but scarier.
Two new books explain how the Klan gained so much power in the 1920s.
Endeavor Content has purchased rights to the best-selling exposé of the Trump White House and plans to adapt it for the small screen.
In an exclusive interview, the (former) novelist shares his thoughts on Trump, #MeToo and retirement.
Canadian author Margaret Atwood examines how she landed in such hot water among her peers for signing an open letter regarding UBC’s handling of a sexual-harassment case
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