Carolina Ciucci

Carolina Ciucci is a teacher, writer and reviewer based in the south of Argentina. She hoards books like they’re going out of style. In case of emergency, you can summon her by talking about Ireland, fictional witches, and the Brontë family. Twitter: @carolinabeci

More Important Offices than Merely to Keep Us Warm: The Relationship Between Fashion and Literature

Fashion and literature have a long, intricate relationship. How does this relationship manifest? Read more to find outa.

The Bookish Life of Sophia Bush

Have you ever wondered about the reading life and habits of actress Sophia Bush? Read more for a dive into her recommendations.

How to Start a Historical Fiction Book Club

Do you want a historical fiction book club but you don't know where to start? Read inside for some tips and ideas.

The Roaring Twenties and Beyond: 8 Romance Books set in the Jazz Age

The Jazz Age was a period of turmoil and change. These swoony Jazz Age romances, including Stars in their Eyes by Pema Donyo, capture it in its all its complexity.

Quiz: Design Your Dream Home And I’ll Tell You In Which Austen House You Should Live

Should you live in Pemberley or Barton Cottage? Hartfield or Northanger Abbey? Take this quiz to find out your ideal Austen house.

What is Short Story Month and Why is it in May?

A look at the story behind May becoming short story month and some excellent short reads to celebrate.

Life Lessons From Anne Brontë

Both Agnes Grey and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall are full of wisdom. Let’s dive into some of those life lessons from Anne Brontë.

What Gets Lost When Archives Aren’t Funded

Archives preserve often irreplaceable records of cultural or historical value. What's lost when they aren't given the resources they need?

Beloved Children’s Author Patricia MacLachlan Has Died at 84

Patricia MacLachlan, author of beloved children's literature including Sarah, Plain and Tall, died on March 31.

Mid-Century Romance: 10 of the Best 1950s Romance Books

These 1950s romance books feature love stories against the backdrop of the Civil Rights movement, the Baby Boom, and more, like Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda Lo.