Look back at two decades of antiracist literature, including poetry, nonfiction, and fiction works by Black authors speaking truth to power.
From the first named author, Akkadian princess Enheduanna, to the beginning of silent reading and beyond, join us on this history of reading.
Join us on this exploration of the life and times of the king of comebacks that made Oscar Wilde the literary icon that he is.
Consider some of the recent studies around the neuroscience of audiobooks, or how listening to audiobooks affects our brains.
What were people reading during the Influenza epidemic of 1918-1920? A deep dive into the reading habits of that era.
Take a tour of literary Kolkata, India, from its museums to its cafes and bookstores to a reading list of books set in the metropolis.
A short list of some of the lesser known, but brilliant Indian writing in English with books from various genres, featuring diverse voices, including titles like The Devourers by Indra Das.
Struggling with anxiety, expectations, and health concerns, one reader recounts how Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan novels kept her going.