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The Re-Read: Anne Sexton

Rediscover the poetry of Anne Sexton—beyond your high school English class.

9 Extraordinary Biographies About Strong Women

Dig into the histories of women who shaped the world.

Valley of the Dolls: 50 Years Later

For its 50th anniversary, Jacqueline Susann's misunderstood novel gets a re-read.

You Do You: 5 Novels for Self-Discovery

These books are sure to set you on your way to "shelf" awareness.

The Re-Read: Little Women

Were we too young to appreciate Alcott's classic novel?

Girl Squad: Fierce Females Throughout History

If girl squads were a thing in the past, these gals would put Taylor and her supermodels to shame.

5 Early Female Irish Writers

Ireland was home to some of the most forward-thinking female writers.

Gloria Steinem on Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower

A celebration of Octavia Butler's groundbreaking science-fiction novel.

Your Favorite Characters from YA Books: Where Are They Now?

Say hello to your friends! And find out what they've been up to. But beware, spoilers!

6 Contemporary Novels for Jane Austen Fans

When re-reading the six novels Austen wrote herself is not enough.

9 Best Thrillers with Strong Female Protagonists

Anti-heroines, real life spies, and more take on the thrilling and chilling missions.

7 Alternate History Books

How could changes in our past affect our present?

Tainted Love: 4 Macabre Literary Love Stories

Love means never having to say you're sorry for exhuming your dead wife's corpse.

Valentine’s Day Antidote: Villette by Charlotte Brontë

Fight reductive HEA (Happily Ever After) with Charlotte Brontë's last, best, novel.

Romance by the Book: For Saps and Cynics

Who needs candles and confections on Valentine’s Day when you’ve got a great novel?