Is Motherhood a Genre?

Sarah Blackwood asks: does treating motherhood as a genre in itself limit our reading of books about motherhood?

Humbert, or the Confession of a White Spinster Female: A Millennial’s Reading of Lolita

Rebecca Schultz looks back on Nabokov's "Lolita," her teenage obsession with "The O.C.," and adolescent fantasy.

A Few Thoughts on Publishing Today: Timing, Books, and the Editor’s Zeitgeist

Susan LaTempa's thoughts on tactics, trends, and changes in publishing today.

The Case of the White Black Panther Orchestra

Sarah Bartoleme discusses the lack of Black musicians in the "Black Panther" orchestra.