The Jazz Age was a period of turmoil and change. These swoony Jazz Age romances, including Stars in their Eyes by Pema Donyo, capture it in its all its complexity.
Should you live in Pemberley or Barton Cottage? Hartfield or Northanger Abbey? Take this quiz to find out your ideal Austen house.
A look at the story behind May becoming short story month and some excellent short reads to celebrate.
Both Agnes Grey and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall are full of wisdom. Let’s dive into some of those life lessons from Anne Brontë.
Archives preserve often irreplaceable records of cultural or historical value. What's lost when they aren't given the resources they need?
Patricia MacLachlan, author of beloved children's literature including Sarah, Plain and Tall, died on March 31.
These 1950s romance books feature love stories against the backdrop of the Civil Rights movement, the Baby Boom, and more, like Last Night at the Telegraph Club by Malinda Lo.
From 17th century London to today, the history of the advice column is rich and fruitful. If you want to know more, read on.
We should assign more contemporary books and fewer classics to our students. Why? Pull up a chair and let's talk.
First contact stories make up a significant portion of science fiction narratives. These 8 novels are some of the best.