reading pathways

Reading Pathways: Theodore Dreiser

Good ol’ Theo and I go way back. But, as with many of my most beloved writers, he and I ...

Reading Pathways: Edith Wharton

I was eighteen years old when I first fell in love with Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence. And when ...

Reading Pathways: Chuck Palahniuk

If you bring up Palahniuk with a group of readers, there’s one guarantee: you won’t get any tepid reactions. He’s ...

Reading Pathways: Zora Neale Hurston

Today would have been Zora Neale Hurston’s 123rd birthday, so to mark the day, below is the Reading Pathway I ...

Reading Pathways: Stephen King

While we at the Riot take some time off to rest and catch up on our reading, we’re re-running some of ...

Reading Pathways: Stephen King

When it comes to Stephen King, you either start early in life or late. There are those who spend much ...

Reading Pathways: Blake Nelson

I’ve been writing the Beyond the Bestsellers series here for a few months, and while I have a pile more ...

Reading Pathways: Nick Hornby

If I was to list my desert-island, all-time, top 5 favorite authors, Nick Hornby would be top of the list ...

Reading Pathways: MARY STEWART

Recently, novelist Mary Stewart died at the age of 97. I spent my early teen years reading—and then rereading—her novels, ...

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