Lessons that politicians could learn from The Picture of Dorian Gray.
A guide to learning about Russian history, from the revolution to Putin.
The book community over on Twitter has created a wonderfully bookish hashtag on the current state of American politics.
"In the end the Party would announce that two and two made five, and you would have to believe it."
Spider Jerusalem is a truth-telling, badass journalist in an era of political corruption.
The book world, from publishing to reviewing to what readers pick up, is inherently political.
Obama is leaving office, so he'll have plenty time to write the books we need, like the Audacity of Nope.
Memoirs and nonfiction about the Holocaust to read in the face of rising anti-Semitism and hate crimes.
Public libraries serve their entire community, but why is it that queer people may be turned off by their own libraries? A look at the ways librarians can better serve queer patrons -- and their communities as a whole.
A reading list for becoming an informed voter in next month's US Presidential election.