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Defining Books of the ’90s

The years between 1989 and Y2K were a boom for groundbreaking fiction and nonfiction. Here are 15 examples that serve as a portal to these exciting times.


Essential Anthologies: Poetry, Essays, and Letters in the Age of Trump

The age of Trump has been a divisive one, to say the least, but it's also been a fruitful period of writers coming together. Here are a few examples.


A Pivotal Past: 7 Essential 1967 Detroit Riot Books to Read Now

With the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Detroit Riot upon us, here are seven essential books to help readers connect the turbulent past with our present.


Google Reveals Americans’ Most Common Spelling Mistakes

Google has shed some entertaining light on top-searched spellings across the country, Polygon sheds light on the MPAA's stance on the F-bomb, and more.


The Quirkiest and Wisest Authors to Follow on Social Media

From Anne Lamott to John Green to Neil deGrasse Tyson, we follow these authors on social because our feeds would be a little less wily without them.


Best Books of February 2017: George Saunders to Joyce Carol Oates

From George Saunders's first novel to a meditation from Joyce Carol Oates on abortion in small-town America, these are the best books of February 2017.