There’s a big, wonderful world of bookish websites out there. In this column, we point you to some of our favorites.
PEN America seeks to protect the First Amendment Rights of journalists by publishing their Online Harassment Field Manual.
If you need kidlit stories on a daily basis as part of your role as a parent, or educator, check out Storyweaver, an open-source platform from India.
Beautiful Instagram accounts to follow if you love picture books.
Representation Matters is a mentorship program designed to increase diversity in the predominantly white publishing industry: "it’s not just about being fair; it’s about keeping the publishing industry relevant, viable, and the source of the best possible books."
What features would you put on a Goodreads wish list? (The ability to rate at half stars is number one, of course.)
If you're not following these five hijabi bookstagrammers, you're missing out. From book-inspired makeup looks to rustic backdrops, these women have it all.
For those of us readers obsessed with tracking our reading habits, Bookly for iOS is an easy to use book tracking app that fills this need.
Beautiful naked hardcover books shared on Instagram as part of our #RiotGrams challenge!
Citizen science is mainstream now. If you're interested in poring over old documents, there are still plenty of ways to get involved. Here are 4 intriguing citizen science projects for readers, from the "people powered research" site Zooniverse.
The best bookish bits from the best bookish podcasts.
Bookish generators to help you choose your next book, create a new name for yourself, insult and/or compliment someone, and more.
Rioter Dana runs down the great bookish episodes from the Sporkful podcast, and lines up a few more archived episode to check out.
Check out what some folks are doing for the holidays over at bookish Instagram. Twinkling lights, tea, and candles galore!
Check out these sites to win free books and pre-releases.
New and excellent literary podcasts launched this year, from Book Riot and beyond.