All the book news you need to know, on a need-to-know basis.

We understand how busy you are and how difficult it is to keep up with all the book news that’s being thrown at you every day. To make your life a little easier, we’ll compound the most important bits into 1 blog post every week, exactly telling you what you need to know. Please don’t worry your pretty little head about the possibility of propaganda or censorship. We’ll do that for you.

This video for the new Alice in Wonderland Moleskine notebooks is pretty darn awesome.

moleskine alice

The Library of Congress has collected these really great bookish maps of America.

Remember reading Fun Home by Alison Bechdel and us telling you there is a musical version of the graphic novel. Well, The New York Times reviewed it.

The Oyster review wrote a primer on Cormac McCarthy. Now you’ll know where to start.

We’ve read the No. 1 most banned and challenged book from 2014 in the US. Take a look at the whole list!

The Millions published an essay on how women’s role in culture has recently been the subject of many books.

Soon you will be able to enjoy book readings in the sky.

Hazzlit explores the literary b-side with Rachel Kushner’s new collection.

McSweeney’s was kind enough to share 13 creative writing exercises for women.

We share a lot of these, but with Salinger we couldn’t resist. Read the Toast’s How to tell if you are in a J.D. Salinger Story.

Book Riot revealed their first YA Quarterly Box. If you like these, you might also enjoy our YA book bundle.

Roxane Gay is reviewing Outlander and with article titles like ‘When My Uterus Began Throbbing in Earnest‘ it’s hard not to be intrigued.


Bored to Death book club is set up by two sisters who love to read and have nothing better to do than to start a book club.

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