"Don't join the fight against racism to liberate me and other Black people. Join the fight to liberate yourself."
LGBTQ+ Rioters talk about some of the queer books they've been enjoying, as well as the books that gave them space to explore queerness.
What do you do as a reader and fan when your favorite author makes problematic and harmful statements? Here are some thoughts from the book world.
It may be that the thought of reading about pandemics sounds like too much too soon, but this reader is here to say pandemic diaries are important.
Are you ready for the best books of 2020 (so far)?
Go behind the scenes, and the book, to explore the history of Truman Capote's BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S, and search for the real Holly Golightly.
From coasters to cutting boards, give your kitchen some spice with these book-themed kitchen goods of all shapes and sizes.
These LGBT mythology books spin old, familiar tales of myth, folklore, and religion into fresh takes that offer queer representation.
Time in books has always had more freedom than time in the real world--or so we thought. An examination of the art of time in fiction and in life.
Find the perfect personalized bookends for your shelves with options for adults and kids alike.
If King is the only Maine horror author you've read, we're here to introduce you to some new authors who've written horror books set in Maine.
Here is a list of the best books for 6th graders to soothe insecurities and broaden their visions, from a variety of diverse authors in different genres.
Fiction and nonfiction anti-racist middle grade books to help young readers (& adults!) challenge and dismantle white supremacy.
A collection of poetry books for beginners, those who hate the genre, and those who just don't "get it" to help change your mind about poetry.
Bookstores are critical parts of any community. Here are 50 Black-owned independent bookstores you can donate, order, and shop at today.