One reader on finding solace and sanctuary in college libraries as a transfer student.
The question remains valid. Are we allowed to appreciate flawed books? On the surface, the answer is a clear yes. Nothing is without flaws, after all.
Reading is a central part of this Rioter and busy parent's identity and, fraught as it may be, the Goodreads challenge offers a tether to the reading world.
Fiction and nonfiction from comic book writers worth checking out.
A teacher thinks sets about bulking up her classroom library and arrives at a revelation about her personal library and its pristine collection of books.
This is what it looks like when a reader gives up buying books for 46 days for Lent.
"It can feel a bit like you’re just there sitting on your own, with no one to talk to, very often just screaming into the void. It sucks."
A traveler and former Maui resident bemoans the closing of yet another Lahaina bookstore, and seeks books in one of few shops still standing.
Does the worrying new screen time study published in JAMA have you fretting about how you'll ever get any work done ever again? Or, you know, any reading?
One emetophobe writes a love letter to books that have carried her through a lifetime of suffering from a little-talked-about mental illness.