The most prominent Native American in the world talks about what it means for Trump to treat the entire country like a reservation — and writing a memoir about a great woman who was not a great mother.
You might already know that Shakespeare came up with such famous phrases as "star-crossed lovers" and "much ado about nothing." But did you also know that the immortal bard came up with terms we all use everyday?
A close reading of the opening lines to an iconic essay, "On Being Ill."
The female body, in all shapes, Gay says, is a "final frontier, along with disability, that people can openly mock and demean and get away with treating with utter disregard."
For a book intended for small children, it doesn’t shy away from violence: "T for Torpedo/It shoots under water/Dealer of death and disaster’s slaughter."
Some people can't stop talking about how they're reading David Foster Wallace's masterpiece. Jamie Loftus can't stop talking about how she's eating it.
Wildsam Field Guides: The Southwest (Wildsam Field Guides: American Road Trip) [Taylor Bruce] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Launching Summer 2016, WILDSAM releases its second travel series, spotlighting the uniquely American pastime of Road Trips. In the handsome
The early books in the series, which began in 1979, have dozens of endings, reached through branching storylines so complex that that trying to keep track of your path can seem hopeless — no matter how many fingers you stick into the book in order to find your way back to the key, fateful choice.
It's a free community library. It's a time machine. It's (not) bigger on the inside.
The amount of perspective this man had for an "infant technology" and how to disrupt a preexisting industry is pretty astounding.
Ghostwriting for social media stars is the secret new Millennial It-career.
Just in time for your summer vacation: extreme tourism resorts, scary-ass monsters, and something called the Girlfriend Experiment.
The pleasure of being necessary to my parents was profound. I was not like the children in folktales: burdensome mouths to feed.
William Hamilton Page was not the first American to earn a living cutting slabs of end-grain sugar maple into precisely ornate blocks of woo...
The Voynich manuscript, a 240-page tome that dates back to around 1420, is one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in history because it contains a language no one has ever seen.
Of course, nothing can compete with the actual book series, but this still manages to thoroughly warm our cockles.
After helping drive many US bookstore chains out of business, Amazon has been opening its own retail stores.
Mysteries have always been around and always been popular, but they haven’t always been respected. Otto Penzler has had a significant hand in that transformation.
Laura Kipnis’ lively, thrilling, maddening crusade against PC overreach in campus sexual politics.
For 23 seasons, the LeVar Burton-hosted show taught generations of kids to love the written word. Here's how they did it.
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