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Margaret Atwood is working on a superhero graphic novel and created Angel Catbird.

It’s that time of the year again. NPR has released its Book Concierge.

What are the best documentaries about writers?

Is writing art or a career and can it be both?

Wally Lamb’s newest novel will be exclusively published as an app.

The New Yorker looked at the letters between Kurt Vonnegut and his wife and how she made him the writer we all came to love.

With Elena Ferrante’s novels taking the spotlight, The Economist is exploring literary anonymity.

How did the geography of London inspire Melville’s Moby Dick?

Chuck Wendig wrote a gift guide for writers.

There are so many best of 2015 lists, that Flavorwire is making one for the books that are being overlooked.

And while we’re at it, let’s celebrate writers over 35 instead of under 35 for once.

I know we’re all in the Christmas mood, but there are also non-Christmas winter reads.

The Longlist for Tournament of Books has been announced and you can still vote in your favorite and apply to become a judge!

Veronica Roth has been spilling some details on her new book.


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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      Bored to Death book club

      You’re welcome! It’s a great initiative!