Can you tell the difference between quotes taken from original Jeeves and Wooster novels and short stories, and quotes from the parodies?
Taking a look at P.G. Wodehouse's THANK YOU, JEEVES and its offensive blackface punchline, and considering approaches to racism in classic literature.
Taking a look at statistics and conversations around underrepresentation in books and media, and the significant ways it affects kids in the U.S.
Take a virtual tour of one of Melbourne's cool bookish places, Squishface Comic Studio, where patrons can explore comics and interact with creators.
Get your dose of catharsis with these six heart-wrenching books that can be read (and cried over) in single sittings.
A reader with blepharitis shares some reading life suggestions for other dry eye sufferers who spend a good chunk of time reading.
If you're looking to read your way through a fear of that inevitable final act, pick up one, or a few, of these must-read books about death.
"Part of the privilege of whiteness is not needing to reflect on whiteness." Here are quotes about whiteness by writers of color.
From the military man who bores everyone to train hijinks, we've rounded up some tropes for a fun-filled game of annotated Agatha Christie bingo!
While fictional, these books about slum evictions offer an eye-opening perspective on life in informal settlements without romanticizing it.
"These universes were separated by a wall, infinitely high, impermeable, a wall built out of fear and suspicion and even ... shame and embarrassment."
"The specter of Donald Trump is haunting American fiction."