After over 400 pages of a nearly 700-page novel, I'm even more confused about why it's important to read great literary works in the first place.
In the age of binge-able everything, the wait time between the publishing of book installments can often feel interminable.
Last summer, I tried reading Joyce's difficult novel Ulysses and couldn't make it through. But I'm determined to finish it, no matter how long it takes.
A reader's first trip to BookExpo and BookCon
Recommending books to others causes anxiety in those who take reading seriously. Here is one reader's experience growing comfortable with his preferences.
On May 3, novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and comedian Trevor Noah spoke on politics, race, and identity at the 13th Annual PEN World Voices Festival.
I have a thing about needing books to be in perfect condition.
The Second Annual Brooklyn Bookstore crawl is taking place on National Independent Bookstore Day to raise awareness of bookstores across the borough.
Supporting local independent bookstores is important, but how can you strike a balance between buying books at full price and being a shrewd consumer?
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's 2014 novel is the perfect choice for the inaugural year of the largest community read in the country.
The One Book, One New York program aims to get eight million New Yorkers to read the same book at the same time.
You don't have to provide a home for every book you see. Right?
One reader decides to read a biography of every American president.