Words, man. Words.
What it feels like asking for blurbs.
It’s a bit more complex than you think.
Because mistakes are the portals of discovery.
The birds will chirp, the flowers will blossom, and these are the YA books you should be reading in the park.
From To Kill A Mockingbird to Moby Dick, House Of Ismay has just the brooch for you.
You don’t have to be tall to tell a gigantic tale.
You are what you read.
“Above all, be the heroine of your life, not the victim.” ―Nora Ephron
On Gen X’s and Gen Y’s best music memories. An excerpt from Eve Epstein and Leonora Epstein’s new book, X vs. Y: A Culture War, a Love Story.
It’s a reference book AND a work of art.
“I’d rather be reading.”
We asked women on BuzzFeed’s editorial staff what book gave them their “a-ha!” feminist moment. A starter guide to your feminist reading collection, below.
Author and former Marine Corps officer Phil Klay on his debut collection, Redeployment, modern America’s relationship to combat, and there being “as many narratives about war as there are about falling in love.”
Artist Allen Crawford has illustrated the entirety of Walt Whitman’s iconic and moving collection of poetry.
Are you Katniss and Peeta or Daenerys and Khal Drogo?
Scribd released its list of the most popular eBooks across the United States. Turns out, Americans love romance. And ice cream.
A House of Cards reading list.
It is SO small and SO cute.
The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived isn’t so different from your average fairytale except for the fact the knight marries the prince at the end. But it’s also been drawing criticism from some conservative communities.
Author Helen Oyeyemi discusses orderly magic versus chaotic magic, the importance of wearing blue mascara while writing, and her new novel, Boy, Snow, Bird.
Author and comedian Michael Ian Black on stupid essays, unexpected Twitter success, and not knowing who he is as a writer.
Poet Randall Mann on writing slowly, being violent with traditional form, and never abandoning his voyeurism.