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.
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.
The Anthropocene is the current geologic age, in which humans have profoundly reshaped the planet and its biodiversity. In this remarkable symphony of essays adapted from his groundbreaking podcast, bestselling author John Green reviews different facets of the human-centered planet on a five-star scale. Read the first few pages of The Anthropocene Reviewed here.
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.
Father's Day is just around the corner. If you're still wondering what to get your old man (or the father figures in your life), we might just have what you're looking for! Read through the list below for some Father’s Day book recommendations perfect for every type of dad.
This June, Fully Booked is putting the spotlight on Asian authors— bannering art and stories that shed light on the vibrant and diverse world of Asian literature. From fiction to cookery, here are some recommendations you can add to your TBR and fulfill a reading goal this year that is to: Read Asian. Read more here.
Michelle Zauner tells her story of growing up as one of the few Asian American kids at her school, of struggling with her mother's expectations, of a painful adolescence, of months spent with her grandmother in Seoul. And then the beginning of her adulthood as she moves to the East Coast for college, working in the restaurant industry, and gigs with her fledgling band, and realizing her Koreanness began to feel more distant. Read more here.
We explore the silent conversations we have with ourselves with acclaimed psychologist Ethan Kross in his book Chatter. With tools hidden in plain sight, readers can make their inner voice work in their favor. Read the first few pages on the blog.