In Fully Booked Chats with Kyung Min Bae and Ma. Kristina Carla Rico, the translators shared their experiences on translating I Decided to Live As Me to the English version of the best-selling Korean book. Read snippets from the interview here.
The Pulitzer Prize is an award established in 1917 for achievements in newspaper, magazine, online journalism, literature and musical composition within the United States administered by Columbia University. Read more for the complete list of winners for the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for literature.
Reading Lorna Mott Comes Home is comparable to chatting up with a friend. The point of the Diane Johnson's novel is simple: prepare for a life full of surprises. Read Jowana's review on the blog.
Diane Johnson brings readers into the dreamy and anxiety-filled American world of Lorna Mott Dumas, where much has changed and where she struggles to create a new life to support herself in Lorna Mott Comes Home. Read Jody's review on the blog.
Mark your calendars for our next author event, bookworms! Catch John Green as he talks about his latest book The Anthropocene Reviewed in Fully Booked Chats: John Green hosted by Saab Magalona on August 13, 6pm. Exciting promos and giveaways await fans. Read more about the event here.
One of the most loved YA authors is back with another book, but it isn’t anything readers have seen before. Read through to know some facts about The Anthropocene Reviewed and John Green himself that you (most probably) haven’t heard of before.
Edited by Jenn Northington and Swapna Krishna, Sword Stone Table is an anthology of diverse retellings of Arthurian myths and legends. The book highlights sixteen (16) vastly different stories that are divided into three categories: once, present, and future. Read Katya's review here.
Discover the magic that lies within speculative fiction from the Father of Speculative Fiction himself. Read through for snippets of the recently-held Fully Booked Chats with Dean Francis Alfar.
Asian books contain important voices that need to be heard: authentic Asian experiences that bring in a wide array of themes ranging from feminism to Asian philosophy, that can surely widen your reach as a reader. Read here to discover common themes found in Asian literature.