Madeleine L'Engle, author of A Wrinkle In Time, left behind a legacy of timeless writing, from poetry to nonfiction to children's books.
Who is Salman Rushdie? A look at the writer's oeuvre, the history of THE SATANIC VERSES, and his championing of free speech.
How reading fiction about doomsday cults can actually be an exercise in optimism and hope. Someone has to live to tell the story, after all.
There are some authors who take you places you'd never expect to go and you'll follow them because they're just that good.
What made it possible for you to read nonstop as a kid, especially if now it's hard to read more than a handful of pages before falling asleep?
I have come to think of my current book buying strategy as the “we have food at home” approach. Here's how it works.
The first line of Mrs. Dalloway is one of the best-known in literature. Here's a closer look at how it set up the rest of the novel.
After her passing, we look at who Joan Didion was, her influence on the literary world, and more.
A collection of some of the most fun, unique, and just plain interesting dragon-themed bookish items for your collection.
All of our life stories overlap, so what are the legal and ethical implications of writing about the people in your life in a memoir?