These are hard to read.
Cross-posted from TomDispatch.com If you’re looking for fairy tales that are on the grim (not Grimm) side, things that once
200 years after her untimely death, this is what we think of when we think of Jane Austen.
One of the most thrilling experiences an author can have is walking into a bookstore and finding their book on the shelves
Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com I was 12. It was 1956. I lived in New York City and was a youthful history buff. (I should
“She said, ‘Out of everything horrible, something good will come if you look hard enough for it.'”
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The Destroyers by Christopher Bollen “At once gritty, sandy, and silky—good reading for the beach or a yacht, too.” When
The Queen of Crime made her wishes very clear: less wrinkles, less pink.
Children’s literature has a diversity problem. But your child’s reading habits don’t have to.
Warning: These photos will make you wildly impatient for the film’s distant release.
“My books will be read by millions of people!” she wrote in a journal entry.
“A handy guide to recognizing fanfic: Lots of sex = probably fanfic.”
Nnedi Okorafor says her novel has been optioned, and George R.R. Martin is attached as an executive producer.
Bill Clinton has teamed up with James Patterson to write a novel called The President is Missing, and it won’t be out until
As we recently marked President John F. Kennedy’s 100th birthday, we must remember the late president’s vision for our nation
If you’re part of the Trump resistance, here are four books you should add to your summer reading list. Strangers in Their
Sea Power: The History and Geopolitics of the World’s Oceans by James Stavridis “A highly readable, instructive look at the