Hannah Engler

Hannah lives in New York and works in publishing. In addition to Book Riot, her articles have appeared on Forbes.com, the American Writer's Museum blog, Feminist Campus, and more. When not writing or reading (which is hardly ever), she tweets, eats, and watches Nora Ephron movies. Twitter: @caffeinehannah

Help Me Identify These Half-Forgotten Books

Help a reader remember the titles of books from her childhood!

What I Learned from Reading Chick Lit for Research

What an academic learned about chick lit while reading it for research.

What My Coffee Table Books Say About Me

One Rioter talks about her coffee table books and what she thinks they might say about her as a person and a reader.

Books for Being in Unfamiliar Territory

Whether you're missing home, escaping home, or call the whole world your home, here are some books to help you chart your course.

The Scripture of Rebecca Solnit: On Books That Help You Survive Life

How a book of Rebecca Solnit essays helped one reader find her way through college.

The 1891 Novel Eerily Relevant to Today’s Writing World

Think the internet is killing writing? Read New Grub Street.

It’s Time to Relax About That Yale English Petition

A response to the outrage over the Yale students' petition to their English department.

Nora Ephron and Literary Moms

One Rioter remembers the women writers whose words have stuck with her.

Cooking in College With the Help of M.F.K Fisher

“Jane the Virgin” and The Trope of the Woman Reader

On Reading a Book at the “Right” Time

How the experience of reading a book changes as you change.

The Decline of Fun and Feminism in Mystery Books

For the Teacher Who Expanded My Universe

A Memoir Doesn’t Have to Tell the Truth