Because what goes better with a good book than a stiff drink?
Working 9 to 5, what a way to make a living… In honor of Cubed: The Secret History Of The Workplace here are the most iconic desks, cubes and office spaces on film.
Move over Holden Caulfield, from the projects of Brooklyn to Milton, Massachusetts, these stories inspired the city-kid in all of us. Curated by Marcus Burke, author of Team Seven, here are 8 of our favorites.
She may tell you “I Don’t Know What You Know Me From” but here are 17 roles that prove Judy Greer is the best co-star.
Ever wondered what life would be like if technology took over and we lost our language? We took to Twitter to recreate The Word Exchange and find out.
To celebrate Terry Pratchett’s US premier and the release of Raising Steam, you can download and build these foldables (for free). Who knew paper and scissors could transport you to Discworld?
How well do you know your philosophy? It’s True Detective’s Agent Cohle vs. Albert Camus. Read each quote and scroll to see if you’re a True (literary) Detective or just a Stranger (to knowing your stuff).
Hey, we all have our suspicions from time to time. Jane Isay, author of Secrets and Lies gives you the top tips to see if someones keeping a dirty little (or big) secret from you.
Terrified of those awkward conversations with your weird cousin or the constant dinner table questioning from grandparents? Jane Isay, author of Secrets and Lies is here to tell you how you can keep your cool this turkey day.
Hooman Majd’s new book The Ministry Of Guidance Invites You To Not Stay follows his experience as an American going back to live in his home country of Iran. Here are a look at how life is different in each country’s major cities.
It’s Halloween and the spirit world has opened up. Let’s hold a seance, shall we?
Inspired by Jessica Kerwin Jenkins’ new book, All the Time in the World: A Book of Hours here are a few things you could indulge in if time was limitless!
Excerpted from his new book, Critical Mass, James Wolcott covers Lou Reed in a 1976 issue of The Village Voice.
It’s not enough to just read his books. Super fans are finding ways immortalize his words…on their bodies.
He’s a literary badass and he’s here to tell you what’s up (and maybe that we’re all Doomed).
Banned Books Week is almost over. Let’s reflect on all the great things we can do with these lovely knowledge vessels instead of, you know, banning them!
You may know her an acclaimed author and the queen of Twitter but now Margaret Atwood is taking over your smartphone (and free-time). Behold, Atwood’s new game, Intestinal Parasites!
If there’s one guy who knows how ‘get it done’ it’s Dexter. Learn the rules from his creator and the author of the Dexter novels, Jeff Lindsay.
If you haven’t already read Terry Pratchett’s phenomenal series, you’re going to need to prepare yourself for what’s to come.
Snuggle up, hop in a pile of leaves and crack open a new book.