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.
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Ann Jones's revolutionary work offers powerful insight into domestic violence.
He's one of the most brilliant men in history—and one of the most fun to read. See why.
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Avoid your existential crisis by escaping in literature.
With Life After Life, the English writer takes the reincarnation story to new heights.
Head to the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains to tour an important town for four major American writers.
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The National Book Awards announce their complete list of finalists for 2015. Which books will you read?
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Play "follow the leader" with biographies about history’s most notable people.