If you think that summer reading is only for school, book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24 suggests that you think again. It can also be for fun!
Feeling lonely? Book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24 suggests that “You & A Bike & A Road” – and Honnold-Mudd’s graphic novel section – just might be the cure.
Stuck in a reading slump? Book columnist Kate Jones PO ’24 suggests that it’s okay to read fluffy books — and even fun.
Books columnist Anna Solomon PZ ’23 writes about the all-too-relatable feeling of reaching for the remote instead of a book. Read more here.
Book columnist Anna Solomon PZ ’23 praises Ocean Vuong’s “On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous” for its regeneration of language.
Is it really so awful for a group of mostly female book-lovers to appreciate not just content, but also form?
There is a sad truth that all readers must, at some point, acknowledge: It’s impossible to read everything.
Book burnout occurs when we let optimization tools such as speed reading bleed into the activity of reading books purely for personal enjoyment.
From my early years to around late middle school, I inhabited the role of the quiet, shy, and excruciatingly reserved kid. My life was chiefly internal — I withheld everything tightly into my tiny frame. While I had strong bonds with my friends, and deep extracurricular interests to foster my