BookTok’s criticism of Alex Aster’s novel Lightlark sparked debate over privilege that devolved into a discussion about the community’s toxicity.
A Multimillionaire White Male Author Apologized For Talking About How Hard It Is For White Male Authors
“If you’re a white man and you’re having trouble finding work, reflect on whether some of that difficulty is self-inflicted."
Celebrate Pride Month by reading these fantasy and science fiction novels by trans and nonbinary authors.
From a queer coming-of-age memoir to a novel inspired by the killing of Tamir Rice, here are five books by Black authors that have been banned in some public school libraries across the country.
From an Octavia Butler classic to C.L. Polk’s historical fantasy drama, these books should definitely be on the big screen.
Featuring folklore, magic, dystopias, and more — these SFF novels are perfect reads for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and beyond.
Celebrate Thanksgiving with the books loved by Jasmine Guillory, Jonathan Lethem, Casey McQuiston, Deesha Philyaw, and more.
The hashtag #PublishingPaidMe has reignited a conversation about the disparities between how much Black authors and non-Black authors make.
In a Facebook live conversation with BuzzFeed Books, authors Veronica Roth, Kevin Nguyen, John Scalzi, and C Pam Zhang shared their favorite quarantine reads.
Featuring Dav Pilkey, Oliver Jeffers, Wendy MacNaughton, and more.
Netflix’s “Let It Snow” Has A Queer Love Story That Wasn’t In The Original Book And The Authors Love It
“I hope more young people feel supported coming out and being who they are,” John Green told BuzzFeed News. Spoilers ahead!
Jennine Capó Crucet spoke about "white privilege" at Georgia Southern University. The first-year student audience said she attacked them for being white and privileged.
"Me Before You" Author Jojo Moyes Has Been Accused Of Publishing A Novel With "Alarming Similarities" To Another Author's Book
The historical novels The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek and The Giver of Stars, published a few months apart, share some noticeable similarities. Book Woman author Kim Michele Richardson has raised concerns; Moyes denies having read Richardson’s book.
Hard-to-read screenshots of paywalled book industry websites dominate Literary Twitter.
Some books are just meant to be listened to.
Time to seriously queer up your reading list.
Ann Coulter Cited This Author's Work To Attack Immigrant Children, But He Wants Nothing To Do With Her
"I don't know if she knows how to read, but she clearly hasn't read my New Yorker article."
Sens. Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy are testing the upper limits of the ratio for a politician.
Come on, fellas. Let's get it together.