#Cool Bookish Places

Pop-Up Inclusive Kids Bookstore Launches In Brixton

Cool Bookish Places: The Central Library in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Riverhead Books is Hosting a Pop-Up for Banned Books Week

The publisher Riverhead Books is hosting an open-air, waterfront pop-up in NY to celebrate the freedom of reading as part of Banned Books Week.

Your Guide to the 2018 Texas Book Festival

Plantin-Moretus Museum: A Perfect Bookish Destination in Antwerp, Belgium

Cool Bookish Places: Agatha Christie’s House in Devon, UK

Agatha Christie's Greenway Estate in Devon, UK is a secluded hideaway perfect for fans of the author's books or anyone who wants to get away from it all.

An Airbnb Reading Retreat in Each of the 50 States

Find an Airbnb reading retreat in each of the 50 states. Discover the best Airbnbs with a library, reading nook, and more.

Visit the Voltaire and Rousseau Bookshop in Glasgow

The Voltaire and Rousseau bookshop in Glasgow, Scotland is a truly unique place to visit and a must see for all book lovers around the world.

My Favourite Literary Coffee Shops In The Netherlands

Bookish coffee shops in the Netherlands to add to your travel bucket list!

Lyra and Will’s Bench, Oxford Botanic Gardens

5 Bookish Things to do in Edinburgh That Aren’t the International Book Festival

Books and lit mags to read, places to visit, and bookstores to patronize in Edinburgh.

Anthony Bourdain and the Yangambi Research Library on the Congo River

Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown visited the librarians who fight to save the abandoned Yangambi Research Library on the Congo River.

I Can’t Believe I Wasn’t At BookCon This Weekend

Here's what we missed at New York City's BookCon last weekend: author sightings, cosplay, and more.

4 Sherlock Holmes Escape Rooms

No literary character lends themselves to puzzle/escape room set-ups quite like Sherlock Holmes. Visit one of these Sherlock Holmes escape rooms across the world.

The Bronx Book Festival Is This Weekend!

The Bronx Book Festival comes to Fordham Plaza this Saturday, May 19. Events include keynote speakers Daniel José Older and Elizabeth Acevedo, as well as panels, readings, and more.