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Emma Watson started her feminist book club, so of course there are some reading lists out there you need to see.

Is there any class diversity in our literature?

What books should you read before the movie comes out this year?

Looking to learn about Finnish writers? You could start here.

Prepare for 2016 with this list of anticipated books by Flavorwire and The Millions.

Is the war won? The New York Times now has a sci-fi and fantasy review colum called Otherwordly.

The rise of unlikable female protagonists in literature.

Borges and Nabokov were the biggest losers at the 1965 Nobel Prize.

The director of Ex Machina is taking the helm on the Annihilation adaptation.

Reddit’s AMA’s are now a book.

George R.R. Martin announced that he hasn’t finished the next book yet and his fans respond in the sweetest way in the comments.

Constance Grady took a literary pilgrimage to the Jane Austen Centre and didn’t find the real Mr. Darcy.


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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