What was your favorite read of 2017?
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2017 was an embarrassment of (book) riches. Use this list as your last chance to fill up your Christmas wish-list with some amazing reads!
John Green's new novel is an unflinching look at mental illness that manages to go even darker than his last.
Get the scoop on what we're reading this month!
Explore themes of sexual identity with these novels.
FYA makes like Stephenie Meyer and imagines gender-swapped versions of YA books! (Never let it be said that Twilight isn't a trendsetter.)
Get lost. Get found. Get drunk.
How John Green's latest dismantles the trope.
The New York FYA Book Club recaps an interview with John Green at this year's Vulture Festival.
Needs more Radar.
The elusive Margo Roth Spiegelman has been cast in John Green's next film adaptation!
The Fault In Our Stars is a film the YA community can be proud of. Thank god.
John Green dishes on The Fault In Our Stars movie, including the casting process, the script and his biggest fear about the film.
The Forever Fest advance screening of The Fault In Our Stars was EPIC.
I might be able to ask it for you!
Basically, we all need to buy stock in Kleenex before June.
This movie is definitely on a roller coaster that only goes up.
Meet our #1 literary crushes of the year.
Hollywood, keep your dirty paws far, far away from these YA gems.
Ever wonder what boys look for in a girl? John's here to help you out, sharing his top three YA girlfriends.
Hitting the road this weekend? Here're some must-have books for your packing list!
Posh reviews John Green's The Fault In Our Stars, a book that carries a hefty DNRIP tag.
Megan enjoys some Strawberry Hill wine with Looking For Alaska by John Green.
FYA picks their favorite books of 2010, plus some of the books they can't believe they waited so long to read.
A discussion of YA deal makers, aka things that sell us on a book, no questions asked!
A review of the insanely awesome Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and David Levithan
In which Posh gets totally schooled in how to be a swimfan of John Green and David Levithan during their appearance at Bookpeople in Austin.
A book review of Paper Towns by John Green, aka "Why Posh Love Geeks".
Meghan has an abundance of love for John Green's An Abundance of Katherines.