Rediscover the poetry of Anne Sexton—beyond your high school English class.
If girl squads were a thing in the past, these gals would put Taylor and her supermodels to shame.
Say hello to your friends! And find out what they've been up to. But beware, spoilers!
Fight reductive HEA (Happily Ever After) with Charlotte Brontë's last, best, novel.
A Wrinkle in Time created the space, especially for girls, to be interested in science fiction and fantasy.
Why we find comfort in the soft, sticky, hidden parts of people that live in advice columns.
In City of God, Cecelia Holland explores the dark and powerful world of Italy's original crime family: The Borgias.
Take a tour of England through the life and work of Virginia Woolf.
"This is a satanic book, and should be banned."
As Samuel Beckett once said: "Try again. Fail again. Fail better."
The ghost in the library ate my homework, I swear.
You know they battled for a woman’s right to vote, but did you know they also faced feeding tubes, macho critics, and police brutality?
Outdated textbooks return to Portland State University half a century after first being borrowed.
A writer revisits a childhood favorite and finds it's not all butter churning and buggy rides.
Jessa Crispin, in the midst of an existential crisis, follows the lives of exiled writers and artists.
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The National Book Awards announce their complete list of finalists for 2015. Which books will you read?