Take a tour of England through the life and work of Virginia Woolf.
Gilbert haters cite Eat, Pray, Love as proof of her failings, and in the process neglect her fantastic, near-perfect novel.
Writer Kate Christensen shares a traditional Thanksgiving dinner in the Florentine hills—and her recipe for persimmon pudding.
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.
Revisting this classic novel, one writer discovers the truth about Holden Caulfield, and herself.
One writer listens to 150 hours of the four-volume LBJ biography so you don't have to.
"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.
Inspirational books about women who won't let The Man get them down.
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?
Guillermo del Toro's latest film is a sexy survey of Gothic literature.
Outdated textbooks return to Portland State University half a century after first being borrowed.
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.
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.
It seems insane these books were ever intended for kids.
Which books are your favorites to win on November 18?