Hope Corrigan

Hope Corrigan is a writer, editor, and aspiring bookstagrammer living in Brooklyn, New York, by way of San Francisco and Florida. You'll most likely find her reading while sipping a glass of wine, meticulously planning her next trip, or taking photos of her dog, Argyle.

Douglas Stuart Wins the 2020 Booker Prize for SHUGGIE BAIN

The 2020 Booker Prize has been awarded to Scottish author Douglas Stuart for his debut novel, SHUGGIE BAIN.

Literary Tourism: New Orleans, Louisiana

Take a tour of literary New Orleans! Explore the bookish hotels, sights, fiction, and bookstores of the vibrant Crescent City.

Poet Louise Glück Wins 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature

Poet Louise Glück has been awarded with the 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature.

An Ode to the Books That Make Us Laugh Out Loud

Can you recall the last book that gave you a good laugh? Now more than ever, we need to read books that spark joy, like Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris.

The One Thing I Miss About My Morning Commute

A reader reflects on the luxury of the built-in reading time that came with a morning commute, and mourns losing it to the pandemic.

8 Books That Highlight How Broken the U.S. Criminal Justice System Is

These books about the broken US criminal justice system educate on why the system operates the way it does and what can be done to change it, including Are Prisons Obsolete? by Angela Davis.