A reader recounts an in-class rebellion to fight for space to discuss queerness in Woolf's ORLANDO, and how that rebellion encouraged her as a reader.
Here's a small guide to help you ease into this formidable author's fiction, and to show you where to start with Virginia Woolf books.
Escape with a bit of virtual tourism as one traveler takes you around literary Barcelona, from a Hemingway haunt to bookstores and hideaways.
How one reader who thought she had grown out of borrowing books regained a passion for using the local library.
Add some of the best fantastic, ambiguous, twisting, mysterious, and world-bending SFF short story collections out there right now to your TBR.
One Rioter felt deeply seen as Jenn Shapland linked invisibility, queerness, and illness in MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CARSON MCCULLERS.
A reader on the far-reaching, negative effects of the assumption that in order for a character to be queer they have to kiss or "prove" it.
A reader on what it took to come around to accepting book recommendations from teachers and adults, and catching up with some children's classics.
Here are 8 book recommendations for long books to read during the chilly winter months: long, hefty classics and fast-moving epic fantasy.
Seven lushly illustration editions of Neil Gaiman's novels.