In honor of National Girlfriend’s Day, let’s explore the phenomenon of the lesbian in horror through three contemporary classics.
Author Amanda Leduc used her writing to point out the dangerous tropes that belittle disability presented in film, TV, and even fairytales, but what other narratives are guilty of this?
The events of Lisa See's Island of the Sea Women feel somewhat familiar when compared with the protests of today. Why is this important?
Usually when we think of Shakespeare, plays like 'Romeo and Juliet' or 'Hamlet' come to mind. Let me suggest the masterpiece that is 'Twelfth Night.'
In November 2009, St. Martin's Press teamed up with book blogger Georgia McBride to run a contest for aspiring New Adult fiction authors. Little did they know that this simple idea would set the stage for something much bigger than they could have ever imagined.