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A cautionary tale from Lev Grossman, author of The Magician’s Land, the stunning conclusion to The Magicians Trilogy.
Author Roxane Gay on being a bad feminist and how you can be one too.
You call ‘em book covers, I call ‘em escape hatches.
Best friends forever? Always.
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Erika Johansen, author of The Queen of the Tearling, wants female protagonists of all shapes and sizes.
You haven’t read that, bro, so don’t put it in your dating profile.
For the National Literary Trust’s “Books about Town” project. Bookish-bums have never had it so good.
One more page before bed. Okay one more. Alright I’ll finish the chapter. Let’s just finish the book and not go to sleep tonight.
An excerpt from The Book of Unknown Americans by Cristina Henríquez, a fantastic new novel about love and friendship in a multicultural immigrant community.
These books make you feel like spreading out a quilt in the shade with a huge glass of lemonade.
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Four debut novelists on elevator pitches, getting an agent, and writing your first book.
“Sleep is good, he said. And books are better.” ― George R.R. Martin
Is a bookworm wrecking your love life?
And all you have to do is visit them!
Here’s what happens when you look up stock photos of “women reading.”
Finding something amazing to read doesn’t have to be so hard.
On which side do you stand in the Battle of the Books?
Don’t worry, only 17 are from The Hunger Games. H/T Vox.
Katherine Faw Morris, author of Young God, on returning to her impoverished home in Wilkes County, North Carolina.
So many books, so little time! But our newsletter will help you narrow it down.
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