Bookish goodies for your literary life.
If you didn't get into Moby-Dick when you read it in school, try it again in Anthony Heald's sardonic audiobook narration.
Want to hear Tolkien recite elvish, Conan Doyle talk about Sherlock, or Langston Hughes read poetry to jazz music? Read. On.
Langston Hughes's birthday was yesterday. Here's why we should all still read him.
What were the top ten books from high school that left an impression on you?
One Rioter talks about the non-fiction titles that become bigger than "just books" in her mind.
An outfit inspired by the themes (and cover of) Their Eyes Were Watching God
Praising the depiction of black love and feminism in THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD.
Revisiting Alice Walker, In Search of Our Mothers' Gardens, and the idea of womanism.
Unique relationships when authors collaborate
Today would have been Zora Neale Hurston’s 123rd birthday, so to mark the day, below is the Reading Pathway I ...
Our Favorite Biographies of Dead Writers
At last: a recommendation of which bios of turn-of-the-century women artists you should buy, borrow, or bypass.
Less famous books by famous Black women.