A tonic of curiosity, nostalgia, and obsession inspired me to cuddle up with four films that, in my starstruck opinion, spotlight poetry.
From its inception in the 1800s to the library and bookstore bookmobiles still operating today, here is the history of bookmobiles.
When the question "What's your favorite book?" makes you freeze up, here are some strategies to make narrowing it down easier.
It's easy to rush through graphic novels, but what happens when you stop to look closer at the illustrations?
On the power and purpose behind rereading and re-experiencing graphic memoirs.
One reader and writer explains how she balances reading fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, often at the same time.
Is there a personal ideal number of library books to borrow at one time? A reader muses about that sweet spot.
My literary history is lined with gleaming formative moments, and I carry their magic dust, which makes me who I am.
An ode to my paternal grandmother, my first reading buddy, one of those dear and rare people you can read in peace beside.
From daily poems to month-long reads, these five poetry challenges can serve as that nudge to forge space for more poetry in your life.