Get a dose of the desolate with these books set in desolate landscapes, including the Arctic tundra, Greenland, and more.
Get some education on unions, labor, and organizing with nonfiction reads, including Our History is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance by Nick Estes.
Spend the holidays with some families from literature, like the Mortmains from I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith.
If you too are dealing with the curse of the book slump, consider getting your bookish entertainment from the Criterion Channel.
This list of books like Moby Dick—including The Seas by Samantha Hunt—is for Moby Dick lovers and skeptics alike.
One reader reflects on the zodiac signs of her favorite authors, and the patterns those findings reveal about her reading life.
An out of work reader reflects on work, capitalism, and employment system while reading during the pandemic.
An extensive guide to comics, webcomics, and graphic novels for reluctant readers who may benefit from brief stories and visual storytelling.
The Junie B. Jones chapter series is a divisive one, so let's take a look at how the kindergartener is perceived and what she represents as a girl.
While you wait for the English translation of the beloved author's next novel, pore over these compelling Elena Ferrante quotes on trust, desire, and more.