When you've exhausted your audio book collection, these literary podcasts will tide you over.
The Gone with the Wind author was a woman ahead of her time.
Guillermo del Toro's latest film is a sexy survey of Gothic literature.
October is the perfect month to visit Washington Irving's favorite town—and the setting for his spine tingling short story, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.
Ann Jones's revolutionary work offers powerful insight into domestic violence.
We forged through books, TV, and movies to bring you a list of the best prequels out there.
Head to the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains to tour an important town for four major American writers.
The pioneering ecofeminist and Woman and Nature author discusses her book and today's discriminatory climate.
Let these words of wisdom from Pat Conroy, William Styron, Natalie Goldberg, and others inspire you to finish that book.
Author Sven Lindqvist takes readers on historical journey across the Sahara Desert and the African continent.
Gloria Steinem reflects on Dorothy Dinnerstein's feminist classic and gender equality in early societies.
Gloria Steinem discusses the continued importance of Marge Piercy's sci-fi classic, Woman on the Edge of Time.
Paula Gunn Allen, a Native American activist, offers hope for the future in The Sacred Hoop, says Gloria Steinem.
How Margaret Atwood's classic shows the significance of reproductive freedom.
How Mary McCarthy's classic can be read as an indicator of change—or the lack of it.
Valerie Hudson's critical book shows how violence against women is a proxy for nationwide violence.
Gloria Steinem discusses the lasting impact of Robin Morgan's political classic on terrorism.
Thoughts on timeless and timely books.
In 1972, this electrifying poem inspired women everywhere to take a stand in the fight for equality.