Rebecca Renner

Rebecca Renner is a writer and editor out of South Florida. Her essays have been featured in the Washington Post, New York Magazine, and Glamour. A seventh-generation Floridian, Rebecca's main area of study has been the ecology, culture, and downright weirdness of her home. When not reading, hiking, blogging, traveling, exploring, or playing with her dog Daisy Buchanan (and never sleeping!), Rebecca binge watches TV shows like The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and plots world domination via Twitter. Twitter: @RebeccaRennerFL Blog:

Announcing the 2018 Pulitzer Prize-Winning Books

The 2018 Pulitzer Prizes in the Letters category have been announced! Check out this year's Pulitzer Prize-winning books in Fiction, Drama, Poetry, and more.

A Gentleman in Moscow to Get TV Adaptation Starring Kenneth Branagh

Kenneth Branagh will produce and star in an adaptation of Amor Towles' A Gentleman in Moscow.

Anita Shreve, Author of THE PILOT’S WIFE, Passes Away at 71

Anita Shreve, author of more than 20 books, including bestsellers like The Pilot’s Wife and The Weight of Water, died on cancer on Thursday in her New Hampshire home.

13 Reasons Why to Air Advisory Before Each Season

Netflix will air an advisory before the new season of 13 Reasons Why which directs teens to resources if they are struggling.

John Oliver Trolls Mike Pence with Children’s Book that Hits Best-Seller List

John Oliver's children's book is out-selling Pence's original, and the proceeds go to The Trevor Project and AIDS United.

Reading Pathways: George Saunders

Where to start with the work of George Saunders, one of the best living short story writers.

How to Read Poetry

Tools and strategies for reading poetry (it isn't like reading a novel!)

New York City Teacher Banned from Teaching the Harlem Renaissance

Mercedes Liriano-Clark, an English teacher at Bronx’s M.S. 224, has been prevented from teaching about the Harlem Renaissance, NBC New York reported this morning. The reason her principal gave? Liriano-Clark isn’t a social studies teacher.

Changes to Goodreads Giveaways Shrink the Number of Books Available

On January 9th, Goodreads made the switch to a new giveaways system where authors have to pay to play. This could be bad news for readers as well as for authors.

5 Tips to Help You Reach Your Reading Challenge Goal This Year

Learn how to conquer that mountain of a reading challenge goal with these five quick tips.