The Popular Romance Project
By Eloisa James
Posted on June 28, 2012
What is the place of violence in the romance novel? asks author Eloisa James. She looks at the novels of Nalini Singh.
Topics: Romance Scholarship
With Gwen Osborne
Posted on June 26, 2012
Gwen Osborne summarizes the history of the African American romance novel.
By Jayashree Kamble
Posted on June 21, 2012
What does the story of Pygmalion look like when you swap the characters’ genders? Jayashree Kamble looks at Judith Ivory’s The Proposition.
By Pamela Regis
Posted on June 14, 2012
Every romance features a tense moment of ritual death, when all seems lost. Scholar Pam Regis looks at where that tradition came from.
By Eric Selinger
Posted on June 7, 2012
More often than not, we love and romance ‘by the book,’ say poetry and love songs from throughout time.
Topics: Beyond the Novel | Romance Scholarship
With Crystal Jordan
Posted on June 5, 2012
Author and librarian Crystal Jordan started writing romance on a dare from her grandmother.
Topics: Writing Romance
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