From Libreria Acqua Alta to Charta, a traveler takes you on a tour of some of the magnificent bookshops in Venice, Italy.
If you're looking for more information, stories, and thoughts on sexual assault and #MeToo, give these nonfiction books a read.
Here are the books about zines that may inspire and inform you to grasp that DIY culture and create a work of literature and art.
A reader experiences Ukraine IRL and through books, learning about the Exclusion Zone, Chernobyl, and even the country's cuisine.
Maybe you participate, maybe you're thinking about joining a team, maybe you just want to read about it--here are some books about roller derby for you.
Here’s a list of books that talk about the migrant communities of London, their histories, pains and perseverance.
A reader considers puzzle novels--one in particular, CAIN'S JAWBONE, is a thing of legend and has been given new life by a crowdfunded book in cards.
A reader goes into the process of moving house, including a large quantity of books and comics, with little to no budget to work with.
A reader on the experience of seeing poet Olivia Gatwood speaking truth to power at London’s Rich Mix.
Gain a deeper understanding of what's happening to our climate, find hope, and glean inspiration from these books about the climate emergency.
If you've been meaning to figure out that sewing machine gathering dust, check out these easy to follow beginner's books about sewing.
On Truman Capote's social circle, women known as the swans; how he betrayed their confidences for his stories, and on searching for their voices.
Highlighting Out-Spoken a spoken word event in London that has become one of the top events for poetry and live music in the city.
From nonfiction about empathy to fiction about introverts and extroverts in the same family, explore the quiet world with these books about introverts.
Looking for fiction and nonfiction by writers in Ireland? Add these emerging Irish writers and their work--from essays to dystopian fiction--to your TBR.