McKinlay deftly blends small town environs, charismatic characters and library knowledge judiciously without losing her gait or the reader’s attention.
In this new collection of essays, Nicholson Baker’s observing eye lives up to its title with dryly inquisitive humor.
Jenn discuss hooligans, a big bird and Thanksgiving.
This annual event reminds us of the importance of free access to information and new ideas.
One book lover's rant on the common fallacies about books.
A good library is worth saving and a bad one is worth improving because when libraries work, they offer us much more than books on paper.
The rise of ebooks are not only signaling the end of traditional bookstores, but also libraries.
Banning books from school libraries affects not only children, but society as a whole.
The fabled library of Constantinople surfaces, becoming the vortex of a deadly struggle.
For bibliophiles of all kinds.