Teeth by Hannah Moskowitz is stark, heartrending YA fiction... with magic gay fish.
Hunting Lila by Sarah Alderson combines the likes of comic book heroes, The X-Men, and sweet, young love.
Because everyone should have stories that reach out to them and say, “I see you. You exist. You are valid.”
This fast-paced YA mystery novel moves the Sherlock Holmes story to Australia...
Kaite Welsh talks about Chicks Unravel Time, a sharp new anthology of Doctor Who essays written by women for people.
Strange Angels is great YA for fans of early Supernatural seasons who want girls and monsters without anyone whisked away …
Barry Lyga's I Hunt Killers is the edgy, dark YA trilogy that Dexter fans been waiting for.
Sinner is a YA paranormal romance for those who wish Keri Author's books had less werewolves and more sexual tension.
Harpies, gorgons and isolated mermaids are finally given a voice. Women and words unite!
Craftivism collects images, essays and interviews to inspire crafters to make the world a better place.
Twenty tales of love and loss with clockwork hearts, island circuses, flooded worlds, lustful forest queens and so much more.
Review of Popco, wild fiction about love, a toy company and sweatshop labour.
The Graveyard Book (review) by Neil Gaiman is a charming gothic fantasy for children with echoes of Harry Potter in …
Read our review of 'Do Not Lick the Phones', intelligent chick lit about the strange world of the TV psychic. …