Check out The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein and other books that offer a much more inclusive look at American history, from voices too often overlooked.
On the beauty and power of memorizing poetry. Why one reader has found such joy in this literary act.
So many elements of the bookish ecosystem depend on the USPS; here are eight reasons why booklovers should be concerned with its preservation.
A brief guide to the evolution of comic book art styles, from the early days of comic strips to present day.
Exactly zero women were included on the SDCC Small Press panel and the lack of representation showed in the comics highlighted and discussed.
The NYC plan to provide education to 1 million students in the fall includes creating 100,000 "learning lab" seats in libraries and other community spaces.
Curvy reality TV stars, K-Pop competitions, and fat girls in love. We’ve got all the great plus-size romances to read this summer, including If It Makes You Happy by Claire Kann. Happy endings guaranteed!
Celebrate the Black women who influenced the suffrage movement with these reads, like Lifting as We Climb: Black Women’s Battle for the Ballot Box by Evette Dionne.