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Same, but Different: Why We Love Revisiting Famous Literary Characters

An author explores our obsession with retellings of famous literary characters and why we want these figures to live beyond their book of origin.


Why I Revisit Stephen King's It Time and Time Again

A longtime fan of Stephen King's novel, It, examines why he revisits the novel every year and why it's important to have such a routine as an avid reader.


The Importance of Indie Bookstores Today, Tomorrow, and Always

Louise Miller, author of The Late Bloomers' Club, on the important role that indie bookstores play in the lives of both readers and writers.


19 ‘Great American Read’ Picks That Have Been Made Into Classic Movies

"The Great American Read" premieres Tuesday, May 22 at 8/7c on PBS stations. Here's a sneak peek at nominated books have been adapted into classic movies.


Two Important Tips to Improve Your Nonfiction Writing

Robert Kurson, author of Rocket Men, shares two tips he's used to improve his writing since the publication of his first book, Shadow Divers.


8 Books That Celebrate the Way Words Shape Our Lives

In their work, each of the authors on this list examine how language isn’t just a necessity, but a remarkable life sustaining gift.