A reader's love letter to Black and Read, a cluttered part bookstore and part record shop in Arvada, Colorado that inspired her literary life.
A reader turned to trekking books for tales of adventure and came away with the observation that the genre has a dearth of books by marginalized people.
A reader set out to learn something new from memoirs read this year. Here's a list of each of those memoirs, along with a lesson learned from each.
A reader looks back at Isabel Allende's DAUGHTER OF FORTUNE, which turned 20 this year, and finds its story evergreen and radical.
Fiction, nonfiction, and poetry coming out next year for your TBR.
A reader investigates the audiobooks her friend, an artist, listens to as she paints, and why the themes in each story speak to her.
Recent novels on the complicated history of lighthouses and the keeprs inside.
Bodices, bustles, drama, and sweeping, sweeping emotion!
A reader shares opinions on the celebrity memoir and biography genre, and the experience of reading ROBIN, a bio of Robin Williams' life.
A composition teacher on why she assigned her students a podcast about walking across America.