#Kazuo Ishiguro

The Evolution of My Bookish Bucket List

As she leaves her 20s, one reader considers what books to add to her "read before I'm 35" bucket list.

Reading Pathway: Where to Start With Kazuo Ishiguro

Want to know where to start with the works of this newly minted Nobel winner, Kazuo Ishiguro? Follow this reading pathway.

Kazuo Ishiguro Wins Nobel Prize in Literature

Kazuo Ishiguro, author of Remains of the Day, has won this year's Nobel Prize in Literature.

Is There a Right Age to Read Certain Books?

Are some books better appreciated in the blush of youth or with the wisdom of age?

Being “Human” in Science Fiction

Sci-fi novels that explore the nature of what it means to be human

Genre Kryptonite: Cold Case Crime

There’s something exciting about watching someone unearth a crime from the past, long after its impact has been made and players have moved on.

5 Books to Read In Honor of Radiohead’s New Album, A Moon Shaped Pool

These five books, from Atwood to Butler, deal with the themes and motifs explored in Radiohead's extensive discography.

Reading As A Cure for The Weary

One Rioter talks about how reading is a cure for being weary, sharing some of her favorite comfort reads.

When Reality Mirrors Fiction

5 Essential Japanese Writers

THE BURIED GIANT: Kazuo Ishiguro and the Future of Fiction

Riot Round-Up: The Best Books We Read in December

Riot Round-Up: The Best Books We Read In November

High School Reading, 2.0

Casting Downton Abbey From Literature, Part II–Downstairs