Arts & Culture
Find Out Why Anonymous Literary Sensation Atticus Says The Rise Of Instagram Poetry Is Something To Celebrate
The young poet who's helped make writing in verse cool again tells Editor Kat why it's a gateway to other literature, why his "mosaic of failures" is important, and why the mask may never come off. Read now
Arts & Culture
See Why Real-Life Mogul Tiffany Pham Wants You To Know 'You Are a Mogul' Too
Tiffany Pham, founder and CEO of the online platform Mogul, which aims to change the lives of women worldwide, shares why her first solo book is just the inspiration young women need and how audiobooks helped make her who she is today. Read now
The Listening Life
'Different is Better Than Better': Neil Pasricha's Surprising Advice on 'How to Get Back Up'
We talked with Neil a bit about his unorthodox approach to finding happiness and success - and, spoiler: it's probably not the path you'd expect. Read now
Arts & Culture
Tragedy and Comedy Collide in This Story That Will Change the Way You View Mental Illness
Adam Cayton-Holland shares what it was like to tell his late sister's story while writing a memoir about his own. Read now
Arts & Culture
Author Tade Thompson On The 'Frankenstein of Influences' That Helped Create His Buzzy Sci-fi Debut 'Rosewater'
Two years after he published his second novel, the talented author is seeing his complex Nigeria-set work get new life. He shares what it all means with editor Sam Pagan. Read now
Arts & Culture
Inclusion For All: Author Kody Keplinger On Why Diversity In Kid Lit Must Include People With Disabilities
The author of 'That's Not What Happened' and 'The Duff' caught up with editor Rachael to talk about representation, how geek girls find their way, and how audiobooks aid accessibility. Read now