While the pandemic slowed down book sales, the first half of 2021 has proven that the publishing industry has bounced back thanks to old and new readers alike.
Over on our Instagram we’ve got some amazing bookish art, and I’ve put together a highlight reel for your pleasure!
Libraries and bookstores aren’t only full of glorious books; they are also full of unknown and dark secrets that will shock you. Here are the spookiest libraries!
Christine Rhee, a versatile designer from New York, created a series on Instagram that makes books written for a female audience attractive to the male gaze.
For this week’s Bookspot, we were fortunate enough to talk with four indie bookstores who serve as community and advocacy spaces for the LGBTQIA+ community. These shops are separated by hundreds and thousands of miles (and even an ocean), but their work undeniably stems from the same goal: incite change through literature. How is your store celebrating LGBTQIA+ History Month? Gay’s the Word: Well here in the UK LGBTQIA+ History Month is in February, and October is Black History Month. It’s fantastic to see a greater range of representation in black queer narratives and voices being published and celebrated in …