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New Crop of Young Adult Novels Explores Race and Police Brutality

“The Hate U Give,” which takes its title from a phrase coined by the rapper Tupac...

5 Great Novels You Might Have Missed in February

February saw some heavyhitters in the world of fiction: Lincoln in the Bardo, anyone? How about Katie...

Graphic Novels Had a Strong 2016, Though Comics Sales Slowed

It’s a confusing time right now in the broad comics and graphic novels marketplace. Last year saw big accolades and big sales for Rep....

William Melvin Kelley, Who Explored Race in Experimental Novels, Is Dead at 79

In that book, a Harvard-educated black man, Chig Dunford, tours a mythical country where the apartheid...

Lion Forge Heads to ALA with a New Line of Kids’ Graphic Novels

Originally launched in 2012 as a digital-first comics publisher with a limited line of adult and children’s titles, Lion Forge Comics is heading for...

A Brief Survey of the Great American Novel(s)

On this date in 1868, novelist John William DeForest coined the now inescapable term “the great...

How to find your novel’s structure

As a novelist, you must handle elemental fictional elements – character, plot and setting – with artistry and polish. Your prose style must be...