Column by Christine J. Schmidt November 7, 2014
Readers are wonderful people, but there's a few things you should know before you date one.
Column by Peter Derk October 14, 2014
An article in which a son decides whether he should send books to his estranged, imprisoned father.
Column by Christine J. Schmidt August 25, 2014
Reading these books in public has been linked to newfound literary friendships.
Column by Daniel Hope August 5, 2014
Reading in public is a risky endeavor, because there's no way to tell who's going to interrupt you.
Column by Peter Derk July 3, 2014
Simple steps to tame the beast that is your to-read list.
Column by Daniel Hope June 27, 2014
An open letter to the guy who flew by me on the freeway with 'A Game of Thrones' laying across his steering wheel. That was a dumb thing to do, but I get it.
Column by Peter Derk May 15, 2014
Is it time to break up with that book you've been slogging through? Let me help.
News by Rob Hart
In a rare East Cost appearance, Tom Spanbauer will read from his latest novel, 'I Loved You More,' at The LGBT Center in Chelsea.
Column by Naturi Thomas-Millard February 18, 2014
eReaders isolate us, impoverish our lives, and are like going on a date with Dan Brown. Allow me to explain...
Column by John Jarzemsky September 18, 2013
With all the hubbub about respecting the space in which we consume movies, why hasn't the same argument been made about books?
Unprintable: The LitReactor Podcast Episode 16 - Advocating for Books (Guest: Robb Olson from Booked.)Podcast by Joshua Chaplinsky September 16, 2013
News by Christopher Shultz September 13, 2013
Of the 2000 moms polled, only 64% engaged in the nightly practice. Despite a knee-jerk tendency to judge, this doesn't make them bad parents.
Column by Brandon Tietz September 13, 2013
Our list of things you shouldn't say to authors extends in this second installment.
News by Christopher Shultz August 20, 2013
Accusations of "hogging" the library's annual reading contest abound.
Column by Brandon Tietz July 30, 2013
Five faux pas you should avoid while speaking with an author. Hey, we don't walk into where you work and say your job looks easy.
Column by Christopher Shultz May 14, 2013
People go to the physical theatre all the time, but how often do you indulge the theatre in your mind? Here are some playwrights that blur the boundaries between drama and literature.
Column by Robbie Blair April 17, 2013
This article goes beyond simply reading, exploring ways you can maximize your learning experience with every piece you encounter.
Column by Christopher Shultz April 16, 2013
As bookish people, writers will enjoy the variety, lively discussions, and opportunities for critical thinking that book clubs offer.
News by Christopher Shultz April 10, 2013
David Risher's Worldreader Organization believes everyone should have access to free books, and now he's made it even easier for those in need to get them.
Column by Cath Murphy April 9, 2013
We have lots of words to describe the way people eat food, but not for how they consume books. What if we were to apply dietary descriptors to reading?
News by Dean Fetzer
With a target of 750,000 children, tomorrow’s World Book Day in the UK looks like it will be the biggest ever.
News by Dean Fetzer
After looking at a number of studies, researchers believe “reading to a child in an interactive style raises his or her IQ by over 6 points.”
Column by John Jarzemsky October 18, 2012
The battle to save reading and literature rages on, but is the latest plan of aligning reading with sexiness a good one?
Column by Stephanie Bonjack October 9, 2012
The end of a great novel is no cause for despair! Get your next fix using these helpful tips.