Author of Disfigured, Amanda Leduc, discusses the relationship between fairy tales and disability, and her dreams of a more accessible world.
Emily Croy Barker might be a less-than-obvious follow up to Harry Potter’s golden world of wizardry, but her mastery of the fantastical makes her a perfect fit.
Author Dr. Elinor Cleghorn shares a bit of unique insight into her journey writing Unwell Women, and her hope for a world better served by the medical system.
With the endless and never ceasing news on the tragedies happening in Palestine, there is no better time than the present to shed some light on Khalifeh's recently translated novel My First and Only Love while simultaneously opening a space for the prospering of Arab voices.
As June comes to an end and we enter July, several new books of thrill and drama are planning to make their way to shelves of bookstores.