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Transformed Penn Badgley Into a Creepy Dreamboat
It’s hard work to make a guy that handsome into a believable creepmobile.
The Latest YA Twitter Pile On Forces a Rising Star to Self-Cancel
Amélie Wen Zhao won a huge book deal, but succumbed to a campaign alleging
’s insensitivity months before its publication.
end of an era
The Millions Will Live on, But the Indie Book Blog Is Dead
Serious readers’ favorite source of outsider reviews, just acquired by
, was essentially the last of its kind.
New Plagiarism Accusations Spark a Twitter Debate on ‘After’ Poems
Another poet accused of theft — or is it just a centuries-old form of homage?
Poetry Twitter Erupts Over a Plagiarist in Their Midst
Ailey O’Toole was a young poet on the rise, until colleagues found she’d stolen their verse.
Re-created 1896 New York in Budapest
“Just when we thought the show was going to die a sad death, someone said, ‘Have you thought of Budapest?’”
Why Did a Texas School District Ban the Year’s Most Popular YA Book?
Katy Independent School District superintendent Lance Hindt appears to have flouted his district’s policies to pull the book from shelves.
Editor-in-Chief Explains Why They Altered That
Earlier this week, the magazine pulled a review amid online criticism of the book.
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The Toxic Drama on YA Twitter
Young-adult books are being targeted in intense social-media callouts, draggings, and pile-ons — sometimes before anybody’s even read them.
Subverts the ‘Douchebag Boyfriend’ ’80s-Movie Trope
When it comes to the show’s teen love triangle, it becomes more about subverting classic ‘80s tropes than honoring them.
A Brief History of Mulder and Scully’s Once-Controversial Romance
The shippers versus the noromos.