Minimalist design is all about subtlety and conveying meaning with shapes and colors. Here are some great minimalist covers of the year.
This month's nonfiction new releases include science, memoir, history, nature writing, the arts, and a history of Black horror movies called The Black Guy Dies First.
From lighthouses (On Lighthouses) to books bound in human skin (Dark Archives), these microhistories explore the stories you didn't know you needed.
There are so many incredible memoirs out there beyond the bestseller list. Here are some underrated gems you need to read, including Carry: A Memoir of Survival on Stolen Land by Toni Jensen.
Read your way into excellent new nonfiction hitting shelves in December, including titles on finance, animals, asexuality, and more, including Financial Feminist: Overcome the Patriarchy's Bullsh*t to Master Your Money and Build a Life You Love by Tori Dunlap.
These are the best popular science books of the last few years, from books covering forensics and whales to mental illness and the cosmos.
With recent political and science advances, it's time to dive in to nonfiction books about drugs, especially of the recreational variety.
These books about ocean life are deep, thought-provoking texts about our oceans, sea creatures, and humans' impact on marine ecosystems.
What are the best and/or most creative skull book covers out there? We're ranking some of our favorites.
It’s always a delight to let your eyes relax to see a hidden meaning, or to focus in on details like neon signs saying, “Yep, it’s a vagina!”