Summer’s Nine Hottest Reads For The Suitcase
"I thought I was real fly and that I would not read the book..."
Literature is a wonderful and integral part of the human experience. Books have the power to teach us about ourselves and the world around us. They can open up doors to new ideas, new outlooks, and fresh experiences.
When Toni Morrison writes, we read. And when she speaks, we make damn sure to listen. “Race is the classification of a species
With The Last Five Years, Lagravanese was aiming small. He wasn't seeking out the mall crowds but that bijou contingent of folks who can tell the difference between Kelli O'Hara and Patti Lupone.
3 popped kernels (Scale: 0-4) Through tumultuous times, butler Cecil Gaines serves eight different Presidents with unwavering
The language of stigmatization allows Rep. King to wash his hands of any responsibility and to justify his abhorrent actions.
Searching for home -- for a safe place to rest your head, grow a family, and be part of a community -- occupies the heart of Morrison's body of work. How fitting then that her latest book has such a simple title: Home.