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The Durrells in Corfu, from Page to Screen

Discover the books behind the hit show on PBS Masterpiece.

by Renata Sweeney

Adult Books for Fans of A Wrinkle in Time

Charlotte Jones Voiklis and Lena Roy discuss their grandmother's incredible adult novels.

by Renata Sweeney

10 More Books to Read if You Like Game of Thrones

Because George R.R. Martin doesn't seem to be making much progress.

by Renata Sweeney

Remembering David Storey, Author of This Sporting Life

The beloved British author died Sunday March 26th at the age of 83

by Renata Sweeney

Remembering Newbery Award-Winner Nancy Willard

In memory of the beloved author, we share a poem from her collection Swimming Lessons

by Renata Sweeney

Red Reads: Books for Fans of The Americans on FX

From spy thrillers to histories about the Cold War, these reads are sure to thrill fans of Philip and Elizabeth Jennings.

by Renata Sweeney

Fierce Female Warriors in Romance

In Sabrina Jarema’s Lord of the Runes, love is only the beginning of the adventure

by Renata Sweeney

How To Sir, With Love Author E.R. Braithwaite Triumphed Over the Racist Apartheid Government

We remember the late author with an excerpt of his courageous memoir, Honorary White.

by Renata Sweeney

The Edward Snowden Book That Answers All Your Questions

Expert Richard Rashke discusses NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden in his book The Whistleblower’s Dilemma

by Renata Sweeney

The 10 Best Dystopian Books You Haven’t Read Yet

From post-apocalyptic trauma to corporate dictatorships, our future isn’t looking too bright.

by Renata Sweeney

10 Books on Terrorism From Our 16 Years at War

Great nonfiction from the soldiers, journalists, and historians of the war on terror.

by Renata Sweeney

10 Books for Fans of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton

Feed your Hamilton obsession with these fantastic reads.

by Renata Sweeney

Complicated Fathers in Literature

Sometimes dads just don’t fit the bill, and these characters can relate.

by Renata Sweeney

Beyond On the Road: The Other Jack Kerouac

There's more to the author than the defining work of the Beat generation.

by Renata Sweeney

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