Blaga Atanassova

Blaga is a PhD candidate in Classical Archaeology. A lover of stories and adventures of all kinds from an early age, she divides her time between reading (or listening to) books, visiting ancient sites (and occasionally excavating them), learning about the lives of ancient women, and playing board games. Email: blaga.v.atanassova@gmail.com

7 of the Best Stories About Journalists

Get to know storytellers and agents of information through these fiction and nonfiction books about journalists and journalism.

A Full List Of Bill Gates’s Book Recommendations From 2012 To 2020

6 Nonfiction Books About the Chernobyl Disaster

It's been thirty-three years since the Chernobyl nuclear disaster took place. Learn about its causes, effects, history, and more in these nonfiction books.

10 Magical Children’s Books About Fairies

A selection of children's books about fairies for young readers of different ages. Including books of poems, picture books, and fantasy books.

7 of the Best Audiobook Memoirs Narrated by the Author

Audiobooks can be a good solution when you want to read in grad school. Memoirs, especially memoirs narrated by the author, are a good choice. Here's why.

I (Re-)Discovered Comics in Grad School: 5 Favorites

How often do you hear “grad school” and “pleasure reading” used in the same sentence? Not very often. Comics changed that for this reader.

The Evolution of Vampires

How did vampires get from evil folkloric cautionary tales to attractive super-humans with complex personalities and societies?

Independent Bookstore Day 2019: Our Favorite Indie Bookstores

What Makes a Classic: On the Relevance and Status of Literary Classics

Great Books About the Immigrant Experience

Excellent reads about a variety of immigrant experiences.

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