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Hayley Campbell’s The Art of Neil Gaiman offers exclusive glimpses into the author’s artistic roots and romantic education.
John Green, Ansel Elgort, and Shailene Woodley show us what love looks like.
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Because you’ll need to find some way to occupy your time on the beach. Also check out the must-have queer summer reads!
She’s played the sidekick to some of the biggest actresses for nearly two decades. Now, she’s finally taking the spotlight.
In celebration of National Library Week (4/13-4/19), here is an homage to a group of greatly misunderstood and underappreciated professionals.
This is a no-judgment zone.
#1 motivation killer: imagining your family reading your novel.
Debut novelist Natalie Baszile talks with New York Times best-selling author Heidi W. Durrow about the ways in which writing a book changes you, the importance of avoiding stereotypes when portraying other cultures, and how fiction helps us empathize with the “theoretical stranger.”
You’ll never look at appetizers the same way again. This was inspired by the best and worst options to eat in New York Times best-selling author David Zinczenko’s book, Eat It To Beat It!
Authors of a new book are claiming the diagnosis is a “meaningless term.”
A right-wing religious group criticized Wendy Doniger’s 2009 book, The Hindus: An Alternative History and its sexualization of Hindu gods and goddesses.
At just 26, Pierce Brown’s debut novel, Red Rising, is already being hailed as the next YA fantasy series turned blockbuster movie franchise. So why isn’t he more freaked out?
Get ready to feel like a little kid again. The author uploaded a video of himself reading the Dr. Seuss classic, and it has never sounded more magical.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is arguably the only national holiday that celebrates the power of good writing.
It’s book rec time! Whether you’ve been reading fiction or nonfiction, for fun or for school, share your most recent read here.
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This whole time you thought they were just posing cutely with your books. Now you know the adorable truth.
The year’s best books on food that teach, inspire, and make you hungry for more. Because you’re an adult now, and it’s time to start cooking like one.
They will empower and inspire you. Books: They do a body good.