Oh, good! Here is a list of what everyone is reading instead of your 10-year peer-reviewed study on bee colony collapse and the near end of human existence.
"Why are people so preoccupied? What is genre in the first place? Who invented it? Why am I perceived to have crossed a kind of boundary?" Kazuo Ishiguro and Neil Gaiman discuss The Buried Giant, fantasy and genre for the New Statesman. Pair with our own Lydia Kiesling's review of the novel.