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Reading Children’s Literature as an Adult with Fresh (Tear-Stained) Eyes

Bruce Handy's Wild Things encourages reading children’s books as an adult, and here, he shares strong emotions he's experienced with children's stories.


So You Want to Work a Cocoa Farm in Fiji (and More with Anne Ostby)

We caught up with author Anne Ostby to chat about her new novel, Pieces of Happiness, and about place, preparation, writing, and more.


AsapSCIENCE, the Book: YouTube Stars Answer Your Pressing Questions

YouTube sensations Mitchell Moffit and Greg Brown are the authors of 'AsapSCIENCE: Answers to the World's Weirdest Questions, Most Persistent Rumors, and Unexplained Phenomena.'


In ‘Bettyville: A Memoir,’ George Hodgman Cares for His Aging Mother

In his new memoir, Bettyville, Hodgman leaves New York for Paris, Missouri to care for his elderly mother.


Hip to Middle Age: Pulitzer Winner Gail Caldwell on Post-Surgery Fortitude

In her memoir ‘New Life, No Instructions,’ Gail Caldwell shares her characteristic insight into gaining a new hip and a new puppy.


Rebecca Mead on Living and Learning Within the World of Your Favorite Book

Rebecca Mead, author of My Life in Middlemarch, shares how George Eliot's writing influenced her and what the work taught her about herself, speaking to how literature can be your most faithful and enduring companion.