A book of 360-degree photographs of American libraries is an ode to their symbolic role as the backbone of civic life. Photographer Thomas R. Schiff’s obsession with libraries began over 20 years ago.
A statistician ran the analysis on popular and classic books, and the results are in. The numbers don’t lie: James Patterson loves clichés. He deploys 160 for every 100,000 words he publishes. Yikes! a
The perfect literary way to celebrate Women's History Month. 💁🏽 📚 Historically, women artists have rarely gotten their due. But there’s no time like the present ― especially this Women’s History Month
Writers are mildly delusional. They have to be, to abracadabra a story into existence and then hope, against all odds and evidence, that it actually gets read. According to an oft-cited 2002 survey, 81%
When people believe in themselves and their abilities without bravado, there are certain things they simply don't do. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In The Empire Strikes
Tolstoy had it right. “All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way,” he wrote in Anna Karenina. Which is one way of saying that nobody is interested in a fat novel about