The Expanding Universe of Stories Beyond One Medium

There was only one comic book I wanted as part of Free Comic Book Day last Saturday: Bob’s Burgers. I managed to snag a copy at the second comic book store we went to, and later that night I read it from cover to cover, laughing hysterically the entire time. I love the Belcher family. Bob’s clever burger names, Linda and Gene’s flair for the dramatic, Tina’s confidence and Louise’s

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‘Survivor’ Fan Favorite, Phillip Sheppard, Releases Sci-Fi Thriller

I distinctly remember the first science fiction novel I ever read. It was Princess of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs and I had to remove the 1970s dustcover featuring a pulpy rendition of a scantily-clad Deja Thoris in order to bring it to school and keep reading. I remember my father pressing his leatherbound copy of the Hitchhiker’s Guide into my pudgy fifth-grader hands and telling me it was required

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Here’s a sneak peak from ‘Kaijin’ by our awesome Devon Henry

She’s on the standard-issue dorm couch, gingerly perched on the only spot not soaked in cheap light beer. She waits for the boy she’s secretly in love with to finish his game of beer pong. It’s always the same. She comes alone on a Friday or Saturday- her whole week is the long stretch between them. She sits quietly on the couch in her little floral top and tugs at

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Catching Fire comes out this week, and like many book fans I’m very excited about the sequel. The Hunger Games did what was almost impossible: launching a commercially and critically successful film franchise based on a young adult novel. So far, the franchise draws much of its strength from how faithfully it sticks to the book and its strong cast—particularly Jennifer Lawrence, who makes the idea of anyone else embodying

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