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To read more about TinyCat’s Library of the Month feature, visit the TinyCat Post archive here. We’re kicking the […]
Win free books from the January 2021 batch of Early Reviewer titles! We’ve got 63 books this month, and a grand total […]
Every year we make a list of the top five books read by LibraryThing staff, and we’re not going to let 2020 stop that […]
To read more about TinyCat’s Library of the Month feature, visit the TinyCat Post archive here. December’s Library […]
I thought that in the interest of financial stability Nanae ought to increase her hours of part-time work rather than […]
Claude McKay’s “lost” novel Romance in Marseille begins where most novels would end: with a twist of fate that […]
For every novel David Mitchell writes, two are published: there is the novel read by Mitchell’s fans, and the novel […]
“SENESCENCE” ISN’T QUITE THE RIGHT WORD for the stage the writers of the Baby Boom have reached. Sure, they may […]
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Hey everyone! Last year a decided to start reading more. I read almost 6books, but I had to force myself into it.. […]
Hello! I'm Mike Chen, author of the recently released WE COULD BE HEROES, the award-nominated time travel story HERE […]
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BRAND NEW SERIES OF EDUCATIONAL PANELS ONLINE!Introducing the Comic-Con Educational Series!We are proud to announce the […]
COMIC-CON MUSEUM CHARACTER HALL OF FAMEPac-Man Induction Thursday, Dec. 17!This Thursday, December 17, 2020, we will […]
COMIC-CON MUSEUM CHARACTER HALL OF FAMEPac-Man Is the 2020 Character Hall of Fame Inductee!BIG NEWS! Pac-Man is the […]
NEW FOR 2020!
Here are bios for some of the panelists participating in SAM@Home 2020. Click here for the complete SAM@Home 2020 […]
Welcome to SAM@Home, the 2020 edition of SAM: Storytelling Across Media, presented by Comic-Con International. This […]
Hergé’s original artwork for Le Lotus Bleu was rejected as too expensive to reproduce in 1936 and given to […]
Neal Kirby says he was appalled to see symbols of the patriotic action man among the crowds as ‘Captain America is […]
In this latest instalment of the melancholy Paul series, our nerdish hero is lonely and adrift – as well as bleakly […]
The Italian detective’s horror comic book adventures have sold 60m copies worldwide. So why is he not well-known in […]
Michael Holzman (Letters, January 15) questions Ernest Bevin’s reputation as Foreign Secretary because he was […]
One of the star speakers during the inauguration ceremony of President John F. Kennedy, on January 20, 1961, was the […]
German-born Michael Hofmann is a prolific poet, translator, critic and essayist. Of his poetry, Hoffman has said, “I […]
I just recently went into an online order with my eyes open, having read quite enough about people getting hefty […]
On a lone winter evening, when the frostHas wrought a silence … John Keats“On the Grasshopper and Cricket” I met […]
The 1980s saw another decade of dominance from Marvel's X-Men, but which comics are overlooked?
The Incredible Hulk - Marvel's strongest Avenger - is also Marvel's biggest punching bag.
Mutations, clones, Deadpool and devil deals have all troubled Peter Parker over the decades.
Marvel's merc' with a mouth shall not be silenced! (Even if you do send a Hulk after him.)
Superman has fought the likes of Batman and Green Lantern, and he hasn't always come out on top...
According to Kevin Smith, the DCAU and BTAS could return in 2022...
Close to a year into the pandemic and it’s as if Ivan Coyote hardly missed a beat. […]
How do you hear a cry for help when you’re adrift in a sea of misery? […]
I can finally admit the truth: The real reason I have a subscription to The New Yorker isn’t for the journalism, but […]
The night after I finished reading Dav Pilkey’s Dog Man: Grime and Punishment I had some vivid dreams. That hasn’t […]
The 22-year-old poet, who wowed at the presidential inauguration, also has several books in the works.
Show-business biographies of Mike Nichols and Tom Stoppard, environmental treatises by Bill Gates and Elizabeth […]
In “Nicky & Vera,” Peter Sís tells the story of Nicholas Winton, who rescued 669 children from Czechoslovakia […]
The library will start an initiative, called “Of the People: Widening the Path,” with the help of a $15 million […]
The bestselling novelist says she is ‘sincerely appalled’ by some readers’ anger at news that the #MeToo activist […]
The Mermaid of Black Conch’s author explains why she expected ‘a quiet life’ for the formally daring, magical […]
Remembering atrocious events is vital – but watching the bestsellers accrue and witnessing tourists taking selfies in […]
Facing up to the world without adult support is present in Greek myths and remains a key theme in authors from Anna […]
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Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu Season 2 Part 2, episode 17 (42) Alternative names: Re Zero, Re:Zero -Starting […]
Kaifuku Jutsushi no Yarinaoshi, episode 3 Alternative names: Redo of Healer Rate this episode here. Reminder: Please do […]
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She’s been canonized for impeccable style, but Didion’s real insights were about what holds society together, or […]
Can language ever capture the mysterious world of smells?
“The Liar’s Dictionary,” “Outlawed,” “Aftershocks,” and “Café Europa Revisited”
The great question of China’s Maoist experiment now looms over the United States: Why did a powerful society suddenly […]
Sarah Smarsh who is a former research fellow at Harvard University, has penned a biography about Dolly Parton. The […]
Somebody to Love by Alexandra Heminsley from Brighton tells the story of when her husband revealed to her that he […]
Icebound: Shipwrecked at the Edge of the World is by the author Andrea Pitzer and tells the story of explorer William […]
A suicide and a murder disrupt the seemingly unruffled calm of a small, thriving Dorest village in 1840
He talks with The Times about his novel "Truly Like Lightning," Mormonism, the patriarchy, sex, political correctness […]
Bestsellers List for Sunday, Jan. 31, 2021
Poet Amanda Gorman signed with the modeling agency to grow her profile through brand endorsements and editorial […]
Mark Harris' masterful biography of Nichols, director of 'The Graduate' and much more, explores an artist who succeeded […]
This final, fourth installment of the United We Read series delves into books from Oregon to Wyoming.