A guide to getting the most out of the National Book Festival in Washington, DC
Breathtaking children's book covers from the Victorian era.
Where to start with the work of Robert Penn Warren, the only person to win Pulitzer Prizes for both fiction (once) and poetry (twice).
In celebration of the National Park Service's 100th anniversary, coming up on August 25th, here are 100 must-read books about America's national parks.
Think-piece might be a new term but articles worrying about the state of American literary taste are as old as the country itself. Here are some awesome old examples.
A survey of the books American universities are assigning to incoming freshman.
We're taking a trip to The Adirondacks in this week's edition of Literary Tourism.
Books to read (and ice cream to pair them with) on these hot July days.
Nonfiction about reproductive rights to read in the wake of SCOTUS' historic abortion decision
Great reads on LGBTQ history for Pride month!
A spotlight on library summer reading programs across the country...for grown-ups!
A literary tour through some of the libraries that host music and other audio collections that rock.
The House has passed a bill refusing to allow the Library of Congress to update discriminatory subject headings.
How childhood reading can open a reader's eyes to racism.
Books for those who can't stop reading about museums and archives.