“Alas! alas! small things come at the end of great things; a tooth triumphs over a mass. The Nile rat kills the crocodile, the swordfish kills the whale, the book will kill the edifice.”
Dzekashu MacViban is introducing some of Cameroon’s most exciting writers to readers around the world.
Their holidays may be fraught with murder, but the Queen of Crime sure knew how to pick out a vacation destination.
Long before trying on mottos like “The Greatest City in America” and, its latest straightforward attempt, “The Birthplace of the Star-Spangled Banner,” Baltimore was known as “The City that Reads.”
Immerse yourself in Barcelona before and after your visit.
From the Epic and Thrilling to the Personal and Challenging, Here’s What You Should Read and Watch Before Going to China
Discover China in all of its beauty and complexity through the works of some of the country’s most renowned artists.
“Write drunk, edit sober.” —Ernest Hemingway
There’s no better store than one that sells books and booze.
Anne of Green Gables’ kindred spirit will melt your heart on Prince Edward Island.
Close the book and take to the sea or sky: These 10 literary destinations let travelers see the places behind their favorite stories.