In an interview originally published in The Atlantic, Stephen King explains why discovering great literature is like loosing one’s virginity.
If you could write a letter to your adolescent self, what would you say? We can all take to heart the words of encouragement from Jeannette Walls.
A selection of images from the Hemingway Collection at the John F. Kennedy Library sets the scene Hemingway’s first literary masterpiece.
The author of Rebel Yell and Empire of the Summer Moon wrote his sweeping histories at this desk in his Austin, Texas, home.
In this moving recollection, English teacher Beth McNamara recounts her relationship with Marina Keegan, her prized student whose posthumous book The Opposite of Loneliness has inspired readers around the world.
Planning to watch some sports with your family this Thanksgiving? Michael Weinreb delivers a play-by-play on which college football games to tune into during the final weekend of this season.
David Cronenberg, renowned director and the author of Consumed asks Stephen King for some writing tips.
The irreverent comedian and writer for Parks and Recreations gabs on her satirical science textbook and her heroines in comedy.
Jeff Hobbs, the author of The Short And Tragic Life of Robert Peace , a Los Angeles Times Book Award winner, recounts his friendship and revives an extraordinary life.