HIV Prevention Day is upon us, which means that now is a great time to read up on the history of HIV awareness, get tested, ruminate on the stigmatization of HIV and AIDS, get tested, share relevant literature with your friends, bring them along to get tested, get educated on the ongoing struggle
Just this past weekend, during the annual thriller-writers conference, Thrillerfest, authors R.L. Stine, Lee Child, David Morrell, Heather Graham, and George R.R.
It's tattoo day! Celebrate by checking out these incredible tattoos inspired by literature.
It's the 58th anniversary of Harper Lee's beloved novel To Kill a Mockingbird, which would win the Pulitzer Prize. The story is set in Depression-era Alabama, but its messages resonate even today.
For as long as we have been granted freedoms, there have been people fighting to take those freedoms away; this is the most human of cycles.
Joan Didion is more than just an author; she's an icon. She is an essayist, novelist, journalist, and everything in between. Didion is one of the most famous authors of all time.
Children are taught the story of a young girl who learned to communicate with the world despite being both deaf and blind, but they hear little of the woman that she became. The fact that Helen Keller managed to find her voice is, arguably, far less remarkable than what she chose to do with it.
The bulk of the action in the Harry Potter books and films occurs at Hogwarts Castle. Lacking a thousand-year-old magic school in which to shoot, filmmakers used scenes shot at these locations across England and Scotland to bring Hogwarts to life.
21 years ago today, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone was released in the UK. Since then, the books have been translated into sixty languages and sold over 400 million copies worldwide. Here are a few of the covers that the first book has worn over the years.