Rocks Fall Everyone Dies is a tight YA read with a dark edge, walking a great line between sharp, edgy, and thoughtful. You’ll have fun reading it, but you’ll be left with food for thought, too.
As advocacy for diverse books pushes for a fundamental change in the publishing landscape, some authors are creatively trying to turn it to their advantage with retroactive adjustments to their characters. It’s transparent, offensive, and insulting.
Muzzling abortion providers doesn’t make them safer — it adds further stigma and shame to the conversation about abortion, making their work even more dangerous than it already is.
Telling soldiers that they are not permitted to wear religious garb with their uniforms is fundamentally un-American, and unjust. We must protect freedom of religion and expression for servicemembers.
Children across the US are mounting multiple cases against federal and state agencies, demanding that they take action on climate change. It’s working.
Though diversity training is often heralded as the magical solution to heterogeneity in workplaces and beyond, it’s actually not very effective. Not only that — it can actually be contraindicated, making bias worse.
The refugee crisis is being used as a smokescreen for a much larger and more complicated hate campaign, and it’s working.
Love adventure novels? Then you definitely need to read Riverkeep, because it’s totally going to become a classic of the genre.
As a culture, we’ve been consuming true crime narratives for a very long time — but should we also be talking about who is affected by the flood of true crime pop culture like Serial and Making a Murderer?
Bathroom bills are transparently targeting trans women, and pussyfooting around won’t change that.