Why the Lost Generation Writers Still Resonate With Us

Almost a century later, hope continues to endure through disillusionment.

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Cunning characters, dark dangers, and mysterious magics.

5 Exciting Literary Board Games for Book Lovers

Make some room on your book shelf for these great games!

10 José Saramago Books to Help You See the World From New Perspectives

Unique and poignant fiction from a Nobel Prize-winner.

The Booksellers Documentary to Hold Virtual Screenings on April 17th

Support local theaters and the antique book business from the comfort of your own home.

8 Light Thriller Books That Make You Glad You're Social Distancing

You'll want to be more than six feet apart after finishing these nerve-wracking reads.

Remembering Graham Greene: A Look at Twenty-One Stories

The short story "I Spy" offers a glimpse into the tragic and bittersweet writings of a literary legend.

The Best Book Club Books for Spring 2020

From banned books to nonfiction reads.

9 Books Like Little Fires Everywhere

Soak up the secrets, scandals, and splintering families.

10 of the Best Books for Cat Lovers

Fiction and facts about our favorite feline friends.

11 Enlightening Books About Climate Change

How to change with a changing world.

12 New Adult Novels For Your Adult Reading List

When YA books are just a tad too young, turn to New Adult books.

10 Exciting Adventure Books like The Story of Doctor Dolittle

Discover rollicking romps that let us see the world through a new and furrier perspective.

The Best Book Club Books for Winter 2020

Crowd-pleasing reads across every genre.

William Styron: A Life in Books

The man and his works that sparked controversy and inspiration.

The 10 Best Books of 2019

Check out these hot reads you’ll want to take along into the New Year.

On Joan Didion: Her Books, Life, and Legacy

A woman with a love for the written word, and a dedication to the truth.

The Best Sad Poetry Books for People Who Feel Too Much

No one understands the agony of the human condition quite like poets do.