It’s like being inside Tumblr. In a good way.
On a scale from 1 to 50 Shades of Grey.
More like The Sound and the Beauty, right?? Happy 117th birthday, William!
Computer or bard? This is quite hard. Via Botpoet.
You might know which books have caused trouble, but do you know WHY? (Based on American Library Association information, found here.)
Moby-A Part Of The Male Anatomy, We Don’t Need To Discuss Which
Patrick Hoffman, author of The White Van, on working in San Francisco’s roughest neighborhood while learning to write his first book.
Writer Kelly Oxford’s two Persians are winning at life.
It’s harder than you’d think.
I am the product of endless books.
Thoughts on Amazon, e-books, and the future of how we read words.
Cigar factories in Puerto Rico! The streets of East L.A.! Love and loss in Washington Heights! In time for Hispanic Heritage Month, a non-exhaustive list of Latino authors writing in English in the United States.
Unleash your inner J.K. Growling.
Literary is the new black.
12 Doctors, 12 stories, 12 gorgeous covers.
The author or A Walk To Remember, The Notebook, and dozens of other sweeping romances talked to BuzzFeed about the movie scenes of which he’s proudest.
Jeffery Renard Allen, author of Song of the Shank, on the musical genius of Thomas Greene Wiggins.
Great sexpectations. Thanks to #PornBooks on Twitter.
It was a time of Shane Warne and slap bands.
The internet cleans up pretty nice, tbh.
It’s like walking into a Book Fair-y tale.
The publisher apologised for complaining in a review of a new history of the slave trade that “almost all the blacks in his book were victims, almost all the whites villains”.
Harrowing, mostly. *sobs*
“You deserve it, just like you deserve dessert.”
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Great reads under 200 pages. Mostly.
Get ready to read down memory lane.
We asked writer Monty Nero to walk us through his must-read comic. Warning: strong language.
“20,000 Likes Under The Sea”