A look at literature that came out of the Pandemic of 1918 compared to the books and discourse surrounding COVID-19.
What will we tell our descendents about how we handled COVID-19 and what followed? What will be the canon of the story we spin for ourselves?
How has the pandemic affected your reading life, if at all? Let us know how you were affected by taking our pandemic reading habits survey.
Catching up on releases from the top of the pandemic? We’ve got some nonfiction books to add to that stack, including Black Widow by Leslie Gray Streeter.
Catching up on books that were released at the height of the pandemic? We’ve got your must-read spring 2020 novels, including It’s Not All Downhill From Here by Terry McMillion.
We’ve rounded up 13 books to help you seamlessly transition into post-pandemic entertaining, including The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters by Priya Parker.
It's been challenging to be distanced from bookish peers, but this reader shares what's been gained from virtual literary events.
What happens when a fantasy lover's reality feels stranger than the speculative? How one reader turned to pre-pandemic fiction for the novel.
Stories from doctors, writers, artists, and children about life during COVID-19, from firsthand accounts and poetry to lighthearted musings.
The Healing Verse Philly Poetry Line is just the latest way that the Philadelphia book scene is sharing hope and supporting citizens.