Writing inspiration flows from the reading you already love. Here are some suggestions for using your favorite books and writers for inspirational fuel.
Planning on watching Vita and Virginia on Hulu? Already watched it? Here are some fun bookish activities for before, after, or during the film.
Looking for more books like Trust Exercise by Susan Choi? These 5 works of fiction mess with narrative convention and challenge expectations.
Want to read in another language, but think you have to learn it first? These workarounds get you reading what you want now (and help you learn better).
Can't get enough of Bong Joon-ho's latest? Between treks to the theater for repeat viewings, check out these books for fans of the movie Parasite.
Where do the written word and the world of K-drama intersect? In these 3 Korean dramas about books that you can stream on Netflix now!
Ling Ma's SEVERANCE is a novel that explores capitalism, millennial anxieties, and workplace politics. Here's how it helped me quit my job.
Many relationships in literature would look right at home on Reddit's r/relationships. Here are 6 posts fictional characters might make there.
The list of books by queer Korean Americans is slim but growing, and quite impressive. Check out these essential recent reads!
The em dash is fabulous, flexible, and at times perplexing. These 6 em dash examples from literature show the multi-use punctuation mark in all its glory.
Constrained writing can be fun, illuminating, and downright fascinating. Check out these 6 playful projects from the Oulipo group and others.
A Talented Mr. Ripley TV series is underway, and Highsmith fans are squirming in anticipation. Here's where I would like to see the show go.
Spontaneous two-person book clubs are likely to pop up anytime readers talk. Here are some joys of casual one-on-one book convos.