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A few months after FX gave a pilot order to Kindred, a series based on the Octavia E. Butler novel of the same name, the network has found the director and lead actor for their adaptation. Janicza Bravo, who’s currently in the spotlight after direc...

This summer, Jezebel is having guest authors from a range of genres stop by to make summer reading recommendations. Today’s guest is Rose Eveleth, host of the podcast Flash Forward, with a list heavy on science, technology, and humans’ perenniall...

Max Barry opens up his latest book, The 22 Murders of Madison May, with a prologue that gave me the shivers. A lone real estate agent named Madison May and a prospective buyer at a showing....Felicity Staples is the reporter who ends up covering the...

All summer, we’re having guests stop by to recommend books for Jezebel readers; this week, however, we’re sticking closer to home, with selections from Jezebel staff. We’ve got murder, we’ve got memoir, we’ve got swimming and gay bars and r...

Forward through Leigh Janiak’s Fear Street Part 1: 1994 (debuting Friday on Netflix), stop on any random scene, and inevitably you’ll spot a reference if you have even a rudimentary knowledge of recent horror movie history. Sometimes you don’t...

Leigh Bardugo is one of the biggest names working in YA at the moment—a profile only elevated by the adaptation of her Grishaverse series into the popular Netflix show Shadow and Bone, which was just renewed for a second season. Set in a magical un...

I'm not a regular listener to the Ezra Klein Show, but I tune in for the occasional interesting guest — so I assumed that the Ted Chiang episode was not one to miss, and I was right. Chiang is the author of the speculative short fiction like the...