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Cowboy Poetry: The What, Who, When, Where, Why, and How(dy)

Cowboy poetry is not a historical genre, in fact, but a contemporary one. This is your guide to where you can find it, hear it, and more.

The Secret Life of a Sensitivity Reader

Get an inside scoop on how a sensitivity reader approaches their work and the ups and downs that come along with it.

Coffee Table Books: Their Origin, Precursors, And Rise to Popularity

Ever look at the tome on a coffee table and wonder why coffee table books are a thing? Consider this brief history of coffee table books.

The Proof is in the Audio: How Proof Listeners Make Sure the Audiobook Matches the Print

Have you ever wondered who's responsible for making sure an audiobook matches the print? It's proof listeners!

A Nerdy History of The Ampersand

A short history of the ampersand: where it started, what it means, that time it was part of the English alphabet, & more!

Reflections and a Reading List for the 10th Anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Disaster

10 years after 3.11, these books give context for how this disaster changed Japan. Including journalism, a manga memoir, poetry, and more.

Pandemic Advice From Literature (And Diaries) of the Past

Everyone has advice for getting through this challenging time. Let's hear from those who lived through pandemics past in fact and fiction.

19 Facts About Ralph Ellison You Didn’t Know

The Dostoevsky Dash: The Reasons for Dashed Out Information in Literature

If you've read some classics, you've probably run across names and places replaced by a dash. But what is the Dostoevsky dash?

An A to Z Guide to Literary Devices and Tools

Nerd out over this A to Z guide to literary devices and tools. Use it for your own reading knowledge or to own your next trivia game.