Announcing the fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and playwriting winners of this year's Whiting Award for emerging writers.
One reader draws from personal experience to give tips on how to read to a child, and making it an enjoyable experience for both child and adult.
A reader reflects on the messages left behind in library books at their university library, and how the notes acted as documents of time and place.
Tom Angleberger returns as this year's BOOK IT! With Pizza Hut author partner.
A list of prolific women authors who have penned enough books for a deep dive! Check out this primer of women who have written ten or more books.
One reader discusses some of their favorite literary video games, which use text, plot, and character development to deliver their full experience.
"As someone who loves to read now, I find myself lagging in conversations with other readers who went to better-funded schools..."
We're recommending some excellent plays by an author of color or queer author, for the 2020 Read Harder Challenge. Take your seat and check them out!
Having been demotivated by goals that center around book counts, a reader suggests an alternative metric when setting a new reading goal this year.
Our guide to some of the many great Gabriel García Márquez books to add to your reading list, from novels to nonfiction to short story collections.
One reader's advice on how to navigate the social awkwardness of receiving a book you don't want this holiday season.
On the sanitization of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga for the kid-friendly anime adaptation, and the ethics of drastically modifying the story for marketing.
What's better than books and pizza? Get to know Pizza Hut's Book It! literacy program for kids as it celebrates its 35th year.
Book Riot speaks to authors and librarians on the importance of LGBTQ+ books in educational environments such as schools and libraries.
A reader and theatre lover shares three of their favorite Paula Vogel plays in honor of the playwright's HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE coming to Broadway.