Celebrate the wild and creative life of an iconic writer, philosopher, and activist with these five books by and about Mary Wollstonecraft.
The winners of the 2020 Arab American Book Awards, announced in August, showcase variety and diversity in both form and authorship.
First launched in September 2016, World Kid Lit Month is a month to celebrate and promote world literature for children and teens. The month focuses particularly on fiction, poetry, and nonfiction translated to English from other languages. How can you participate? Find out!
The Barjeel Art Foundation has opened a new, no-fee ekphrastic poetry prize for teens and adults. There are six categories.
Most bots are banal. Some bots are malicious. But there are also a few bots that bring a bit of wonder and poetry into your timeline.
The Caine Prize for African Writing is one of the world's major short-story prizes. Meet the five writers shortlisted for this year's prize.
A handful authors are also successful visual artists. These twelve -- six men and six women -- were best-known as writers, but also made surprising art.
Has quarantine led you to new experiments in the kitchen? If yes, there are many fun food experiments that await you in medieval cookbooks!
This list of books for 4th graders aims for the nine- and ten-year-old's sweet spot. Not too old, not too young; not too serious, not too silly.
Lock-downs and shelter-in-place rules have changed the landscape of literary events. In response, these literary translation events have shifted online.