Coming across 45's name in pre-2016 books is increasingly unpleasant.
Did you do your assigned reading in school? Did it turn you off reading for fun?
A Rioter on raising a reader and the importance of books in her relationship with her growing child.
A reader on the difficulty of moving with books when you're absolutely broke and your only option is to work with what you have.
Despite a pause on browsing for new books, one reader is still adding books to their TBR.
On that moment when the book you're reading to your kid has racist or sexist parts: do you keep going, or stop?
A reader muses on library holds and interlibrary loans, which make books more accessible and their patrons' reading lives more convenient.
A Rioter unpacks the experience of reading short stories--the joy and finality that comes with it--through Haruki Murakami's THE STRANGE LIBRARY.
Why genre books deserve more critical and academic attention.
How poems can make us confront the ugliness of life, even when we don't want to.