Lewis Parsons

Lewis Parsons spends his days as a librarian based in scenic coastal New England. He got his start by reading the Atlas (really). Terry Pratchett dragged him along the rough adolescent years, which he spent immersed in Discworld. Along the way he discovered science fiction by way of Mary Shelley, . He thinks Gilgamesh is the greatest story ever told. He writes about games libraries at @LewisP7641

World Cup Fever: 5 Books to Read

Five books to read between World Cup matches.

Starting Your Book Club: Tips for Success

Fun tips for getting your book club off the ground and making sure it succeeds.

On Having Empty Shelves: Less Can Be More

A reader and librarian on the minimalist bookshelf and approach to book collection, and the benefits of weeding those shelves and avoiding stacks.

5 Must-Read Contemporary Sci-Fi/Fantasy Authors

Sci-fi/fantasy authors who are living and putting out excellent work right now. Who would you add?

In Appreciation of Sir Terry Pratchett

Sir Terry Pratchett would've been 70 this April. In appreciation, a look back on his compassionate, sharp, humanistic writing.

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