There’s a big, wonderful world of bookish websites out there. In this column, we point you to some of our favorites.
We want to celebrate the contributions of black Americans with action--check out this list of Black bookish creators you can support year-round.
When you can't bring yourself to pick up that book, but you're still in the mood for something bookish, try these podcasts for reading slumps.
Need help figuring what to read next? These bookish podcasts are packed with recommendations that are sure to land on your TBR list.
If you have run out of books you're interested in reading, look through these fifteen book recommendation sites for your next pick.
Some of our favourite bookish podcasts -- they're new to us, but not necessarily new-new. Definitely all worth a listen!
Have you tuned into Jonathan Van Ness's outstanding podcast "Getting Curious?" Tune in and check out some of the best episodes for readers!
Check out the new serial read app, Radish.
What's better than LeVar Burton? LeVar Burton reading, of course. We've curated a list of some of the best episodes of Burton's podcast, LeVar Burton Reads.
Barbershop Books is a foundation that helps develop a "reading identity" for young, black boys, changing the face of those who love books everywhere.
Is running your book club getting stressful? Want to start one but it's too daunting? Here are 5 free book club apps to make managing your club a breeze.
If you're looking for a book club community, Goodreads has a number of excellent online book clubs that cater to a wide range of interests.
If you live, eat, and breathe horror, the thought of carrying scary stories apps with you everywhere probably sounds like a dream (or nightmare) come true.
Babies! Wine! Coffee! If you're looking for ways to up your bookstagram game, check out these creative bookstagrammers for inspiration.
Stanton's goal was to "photograph 10,000 New Yorkers on the street...." Naturally, some New Yorkers are readers. Here are eleven bookish Humans of New York.
For so long, the Goodreads app has been a clunky, hard-to-use nuisance for voracious readers. Now, things are finally looking up.