The One Small Thing You Can Do to Help Save the Planet

'Eating Animals' author Jonathan Safran Foer is back with a new book about the climate crisis – and how our individual choices make a difference.


Tarantino's Next Big Project Is... a Book About a Guy Who Loves Movies

Get ready for Quentin Tarantino 2: Great American Novelist.


Librarian Finds Returned Book with Entire Soft Taco Used as Bookmark

Before all the brands started dumping food in books for #content, a public librarian said that someone actually did this in real life.


George R.R. Martin Says He Can Finally Finish the Books Now that 'GoT' Is Over

"I don’t think [the TV show] was very good for me."


When the Conflict Zone You're Reporting on Is Home

We spoke to Zahra Hankir—editor of "Our Women on the Ground," a new collection of essays by Arab women reporters—about why no one else can report on the region like Arab women can.


The Evolution of the ‘Messy Woman’

How the pop culture trope changed in the time between ‘Animals’ being published in 2014 and then adapted into a film this year.


Toni Morrison Told the Story of America

Morrison died Tuesday at the age of 88. Her life was not just the American dream; it was the inherent impossibility of the Black American dream made real.


Phoebe Waller-Bridge's Surprise 'Fleabag' Book Is Coming This Fall

It will include all the show scripts, production notes, and more.


10 Essential Books That Illustrate Toni Morrison's Literary Legacy

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Nobel laureate died on Monday. Here is a primer of her work that most vividly brought to life the Black experience.


Millions of Books Are Secretly in the Public Domain. You Can Download Them Free

A quirk of copyright law means that millions of books are now free for anyone to read, thanks to some work from the New York Public Library.


What It Means to Be a Fangirl in 2019

VICE staffer Hannah Ewens' new book, 'Fangirls: Scenes From Modern Music Culture', hands the microphone to female music fans.


A Linguist Explains Why Texting and Tweeting Aren’t Ruining the English Language

'Because Internet' explores how the internet is transforming the way we communicate.