An exophonic writer is someone who writes in a language other than the first language they learned. Though you might be familiar with many of these writers, you might be surprised to learn some of them did not originaly speak the language you'd assume.
You know when you're out drinking with your friends and you suddenly wish you were home reading instead? There's a whole world of bars out there designed just around this peculiar bookworm problem.
As Isabella Heaton sifted through her late aunt's belongings, she came across an aged book whose worn appearance likely reflected its prolonged stay in Heaton's aunt's possession.
Precise essayist, poignant novelist, mother, and notable badass, Joan Didion is one of the most celebrated authors of her generation.
Despite women writers' strong performance in literary fiction, they take up less than half of the slots in The Bookseller's overall UK top fifty bestselling authors of 2017.
Up until now, you may have thought that a life of piracy on the high seas and the life of a bookworm were two mutually exclusive forms of existence.
Japan is a country roughly the size of California, and is home to a staggering 127 million inhabitants.
Children are amongst the most terrifying creatures imaginable. Behind their unsuspecting smiles and affectionate hugs, they are undoubtedly scheming behind your back.