The genre can shed light on less-acknowledged truths—it can also whitewash historical facts.
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Seventy-five years after its first publication date, The Grapes of Wrath is still a staple in most American classrooms. Is that because we haven’t yet written anything that does a better job of portraying the devastation of not having enough?
New research finds a compelling narrative can help us sidestep stereotypes.
Silo Saga and Peace in Amber author Hugh Howey talks about Amazon's revolutionary new imprint, and fan fiction's rapidly shifting landscape.
New research finds people who read romantic fiction are good at picking up subtle facial clues revealing a person’s emotional state.