Why Books Are Worth Your Money

By a broke twenty-something-year-old girl living in New York City.

By • 1 year ago
Author Essay

Why We’ll Always Love Small-Town Libraries

Casey Cep, author of Furious Hours, reminds us that small-town libraries are irreplaceable and essential.

By CASEY CEP • 1 year ago

My Lifelong Love Affair with Libraries

From childhood to motherhood, Julie Bogart has remained true to the love of her life: the library.

By JULIE BOGART • 1 year ago

Gifts for Librarians and Library Loyalists

This holiday season, stock them up with books they can keep for their very own.

By • 2 years ago
Author Essay

Why Libraries Will Save the World (If We Let Them)

The author of Palaces for the People makes a case for libraries as the heart of our communities.

By ERIC KLINENBERG • 2 years ago
Author Essay

13 Reasons Why Libraries are Holding Us All Together

Tiffany King, author of Eat at Home Tonight, argues why libraries are relevant, and more importantly, matter.

By Tiffany King • 2 years ago
Author Essay

How to Curate the Ultimate Home Library

Making a space that reflects your taste, choosing books that excite, and other tips from an expert minimalist.

By TARA BUTTON • 2 years ago

My Life in Libraries

Floods, oaths, and overdue fees: a lifelong devotee celebrates the libraries that shaped her.

By • 3 years ago