Nicole Perrin

Nicole is an editor, reader, tea drinker, and lit blogger (not necessarily in that order). She tweets at @bibliographing and blogs at www.bibliographing.com. Follow her on Twitter @bibliographing.

Learning to Be Read to Aloud

Many of the book lovers I know (though certainly not all) can trace their fondness for reading back through the ...

Read ‘Em and Steep: Tea and Book Pairing Recommendations

Current or aspiring tea-drinker? Or perhaps you’re just looking for an early-in-the-day alternative to your #booksandbooze habit? Tea is here ...

Classic or YA: Can You Tell the Difference?

While we at the Riot take some time off to rest and catch up on our reading, we’re re-running some of ...

Classic or YA: Can You Tell the Difference?

How long will it take a newly established literary genre to lose its stigma? The world may never know. After ...

Why I Finish Books

The other morning on Twitter, I encountered fellow Rioter Greg Zimmerman passing along a link to the possibly-too-excitedly-headlined Finish That ...

Literary Tourism: New Bedford, MA

New Bedford, MA, you say? Where’s that? Well if you’ve read half as much about the New England whaling industry ...

Diversifying Your Reading Beyond Gender or Race

If you’re a Rioting Reader who’s taken to heart the calls of Wallace Yovetich, Josh Corman, and Amanda Nelson, among ...

Read This, Then That: THE NARROW ROAD TO THE DEEP NORTH and PATRIOTISM

In Read This, Then That, we pair new books with classics that have similar themes, structures, and stories. Richard Flanagan, ...

Read This Then That: New Dave Eggers and THE QUEUE

In Read This, Then That, we pair new books with classics that have similar themes, structures, and stories. Let’s be ...

Genre Kryptonite: WWI Literature (Centenary Edition)

While we at the Riot are taking this lovely summer week off to rest (translation: read by the pool/ocean/on our ...

Genre Kryptonite: WWI Literature (Centenary Edition)

World War II looms larger in many national memories, but now’s not a bad time to have—or develop—a susceptibility to ...

Read This, Then That: THE LUMINARIES and THE MOONSTONE

In Read This, Then That, we pair new books with classics that have similar themes, structures, and stories. Last year, ...

Nuthin’ but a Lit Thang, Baby: A Reader’s Guide to Rap Genius

Hip hop fan or not, you may not know about the more-than-just-lyrics site Rap Genius, a platform for crowdsourcing not ...

Read This, Then That: A GAME OF THRONES and IVANHOE

In Read This, Then That, we pair new books with classics that have similar themes, structures, and stories. That A ...

Kickstart Your Reading Life with the Crowd

Kickstarter helped Book Riot raise enough money to produce Start Here: Read Your Way Into 25 Amazing Authors (featuring moi, ...

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