If you've been meaning to figure out that sewing machine gathering dust, check out these easy to follow beginner's books about sewing.
On Truman Capote's social circle, women known as the swans; how he betrayed their confidences for his stories, and on searching for their voices.
Highlighting Out-Spoken a spoken word event in London that has become one of the top events for poetry and live music in the city.
From nonfiction about empathy to fiction about introverts and extroverts in the same family, explore the quiet world with these books about introverts.
Looking for fiction and nonfiction by writers in Ireland? Add these emerging Irish writers and their work--from essays to dystopian fiction--to your TBR.
From The Second Shelf to the Feminist Library, take a tour of new and older feminist bookstores in London and add them to your bookish travel itinerary.
Take a tour of the London Library via a reader who overcame anxiety about the austere place to take an in-person tour and consider membership.
From accessibility to discoverability and more, what's not to love about a used bookstore and used books?
Learn how to be a proper apiarist with these nonfiction bee books that help you learn about these fascinating little creatures.
When the world is frightening, seeking knowledge can be key to understanding what direction we want the world to go; consider these books about populism.
Find excellent works of nonfiction by women essayists writing on race, the 60s, the struggle of daily life, feminism, and more.
Here are a few books about contraception to consider where we’re at with reproductive rights, through history and science to the present day.