Want to know where some of those famous poetic quotes came from? Take a peek at the most cited poems at weddings, funerals, and in pop culture.
On the growth of Native literature for young readers and teens, from Native authors and storytellers.
What do actual readers think about the books which land on the New York Times Bestseller List? A new study finds out.
Real readers weigh in on how the stress and new routines of the pandemic have changed how much we’re reading—and what we’re choosing to read.
A look at how the USPS selects which stamps to make and how they do it, plus a deep dive into literary stamps through the years.
Struggling with anxiety, expectations, and health concerns, one reader recounts how Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan novels kept her going.
A look at the history of jointly authored novels, including authors' approaches, the benefits, and the pitfalls of coauthorship.
A deep dive into the rise of the sans serif font for YA book cover titles and a history of trends in YA cover design.
Find a quick overview of one of China's ethnic minorities in this crash course on the detainment of Uyghurs and Uyghur writers.
Taking a look at ink, one of the tools we use to write and preserve words, and how the ink colors we choose affect us.
What impact have Black Lives Matter movements in 2020 and prior had on book media?
Want to work in a library without an MLS degree? Here's how.
What was the first novel? Why was it written? What need did it fill? Who wrote it? And most importantly, can you still read it today?
We're taking a look at the link between Jeopardy! and authorship, examining books by Jeopardy! contestants and this phenomenon.
You may know them as the brunt of sitcom jokes, but the For Dummies books opened a door to a world of information.