The season promises a veritable cornucopia of enthralling novels and short story collections. As we head into back-to-school season and long, blissful weeks of sweater weather, it’s only natural to be
What’s the best way to show your fierce feminist colors this summer (besides crushing on Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot all season)? By picking up a book (or seven) with a kick-ass female lead. Whether you’re
This past week, the novelist Cormac McCarthy published the first nonfiction piece of his career, a three-thousand-word essay titled “The Kekulé Problem,” in the popular science magazine Nautilus. It is
Over the course of beloved television series Gilmore Girls, one thing became crystal clear: Rory Gilmore really loves to read. While viewers didn't need to be particularly perceptive to pick up on this
The internet is great for many things: The OC GIFs, Harambe memes, and literature. Does it seem like one of those things is not like the other? If it feels at all strange to you that the medium which been
Was the music of 2014 heavier than usual, or is it just us? When the staff of NPR Music and our member station partners gather to collect our favorite albums of the year, we don't start out with a theme.