The Healing Verse Philly Poetry Line is just the latest way that the Philadelphia book scene is sharing hope and supporting citizens.
If you've been bitten by the crafting bug, but don't want to make a run to the store, try these 10 bookish crafts you can do in quarantine.
Books at that magical intersection of food and travel, perfect for your pandemic wanderlust.
Do you have a plan for coping with a socially distanced winter? Here are the books and bookish activities one reader is turning to.
A reader visited the Story Museum in Oxford, England to learn how the space modified its "interactive" exhibits for COVID-19 compliance.
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.
Quality reading-and-writing themed content is being created for at-home learning. Check out these online educational sites for kids.
This librarian has seen some truly creative ideas for how libraries hype books virtually, and she's here to share the wealth.
A reader reflects on the luxury of the built-in reading time that came with a morning commute, and mourns losing it to the pandemic.
A Rioter on struggling to read during the pandemic with work stress and world issues taking up so much brain space.
Read some of the fresh books about COVID-19, including Intimations: Six Essays by Zadie Smith. We have essays, poetry, and a few anthologies containing both, alongside a picture book.
Taking a look at one fascinating example of social distancing relationships with Helen Schulman’s 2018 novel COME WITH ME.
In considering whether staff are being protected as libraries reopen during the pandemic, we take a look at some Arizona libraries.
From imagined stories to histories and scientific explorations, we’ve rounded up the best fiction and nonfiction pandemic books, including The Book of M by Peng Shepherd.
If I'm wearing it, it's fashion, right? As the pandemic rages on, you need more masks, so why not show your bookish side with some literary masks?