From handwritten letters and zines to LiveJournal and then TikTok, bookish fandoms continue to reinvent themselves to stay relevant.
September brings exciting graphic novel and comics new releases in an array of genres and styles, including Kate Beaton's new graphic memoir, Ducks: Two Years in the Oil Sands.
How did the midnight release party for big name book releases get started, and is there still room for them in an age of instant downloads?
From Hugo to Baldwin, some of the greatest stories have originated in Paris cafés and restaurants. Find the best books set in Paris, including The Queen of the Night by Alexander Chee.
If you're looking to shake up the usual book club format, consider reading these plays as a way to make meet-ups more engaging.
It's in the hundreds. Find out how many words and phrases Shakespeare invented, along with a breakdown of how words are "invented."
When I’m feeling isolated, I tend to turn to art, including comics. Comics about loneliness oddly make me feel a lot less alone.
The first Pride event in the United States was a riot. When learning about queer history, memoirs by LGBTQ elders are a great place to start, including A Two-Spirit Journey by Ma-Nee Chacaby and Mary Louisa Plummer.
The story of a life is vast and can take many shapes, and whose stories get told in the first place shape the way we view history.
If you’ve ever wondered who reads book reviews and what purpose they serve, here are a few different perspectives,