by Carimah Townes Aug 29, 2014
Do you want your kids to be socially conscious at an early age? Tell them to read children's books.
by Jessica Goldstein Aug 21, 2014
Talking to Jess Row about his new novel, "Your Face In Mine."
by Jessica Goldstein Jul 30, 2014
Such as: is it actually any different from a public library?
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 18, 2014
She's only twelve, but she's a hard twelve. Talking to author Alena Smith about Tween Hobo, Twitter star turned road-weary novel protagonist.
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 17, 2014
Delta thinks giraffes live in Ghana. Book publishers think acacia trees are all over Africa. Why do we keep believing a single story about a vast continent?
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 16, 2014
Talking to Megan Abbott about her new novel, The Fever, and why everyone is so afraid of what teenage girls will do.
by Jessica Goldstein May 28, 2014
Maya Angelou died today. Why her voice lives on.
by Jessica Goldstein May 15, 2014
Your Chipotle order is about to get a lot more literary: original works by famous authors are now appearing on Chipotle cups and bags.
by Jessica Goldstein May 6, 2014
A conversation with Jen Doll, "Save the Date" author, on couple culture, why the "perfect day" is a myth, and how expensive it is to attend so many weddings.
by Nichole Perkins - Guest Contributor Mar 24, 2014
Literature by black authors is rich with silver screen potential, and shows a diversity of that’s sorely missing.