From the latest season of Real Housewives of New York to Hulu’s new series The Great.
If you’re looking to read more black authors — and you should be! — you can support these black bookstores in the process.
From Audre Lorde's groundbreaking essays to Ibram X. Kendi's guide to being antiracist, these books are a great resource for understanding why people are protesting right now.
Memorial Day plans coming right up.
From a Zadie Smith–approved debut to bestselling author Brit Bennett's second novel.
A quarantine reading list courtesy of Glennon Doyle, Veronica Roth, Julia Alvarez, and more.
Spend some time in 17th-century Norway, 1960s New York, the Spanish Civil War, and more.
For readers who want a break from reading.
Look, we're not all spending quarantine breezing through the epics.
In a Facebook live conversation with BuzzFeed Books, authors Veronica Roth, Kevin Nguyen, John Scalzi, and C Pam Zhang shared their favorite quarantine reads.
A lot of people who work in bookstores are out of a job right now — but they’re still sharing their best suggestions online, from true crime to YA to underrated Shakespeare.
So many great books are out this month. Where should you begin?
Independent bookstores around the country are in danger of closing for good. Here's where you can donate.
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Featuring Dav Pilkey, Oliver Jeffers, Wendy MacNaughton, and more.
This year's recipients include Jia Tolentino, Ling Ma, and Andrea Lawlor.
No such thing as too many totes.
The audiobook service Libro.fm has seen a massive uptick in sales this month. What's everyone listening to?
There are a ton of great books out this month — which ones should you grab?