Our Twitter book club will spend December reading the coming-of-age debut of Zimbabwean expatriate NoViolet Bulawayo.
Pick from among the titles that our Twitter book club nearly chose this past year.
The creator of Fun Home will take reader questions on Monday at 7 p.m. Eastern.
1book140, our Twitter book club, celebrates Banned Book Month with Madeleine' L'Engle's frequently blacklisted science-fantasy classic.
Help choose which illicit classic that 1book140, our Twitter book club, will discuss.
Join our Twitter book club to read the comic artist's coming-of-age memoir.
Our Twitter book club will also read in tribute to its late friend, the author Patricia Rosier.
Join our Twitter book club as we reopen a Neil Gaiman novel.
Excerpts from a Twitter conversation with Rachel Cantor, the author of 1book140's July read A Highly Unlikely Scenario
Join our Twitter book club to read a dystopian fast-food space comedy.
The choices for our Twitter book club this month range from Cthulian horror to pizza-delivery absurdism.
Nominate a title for 1book140, our Twitter book club, to discuss in the coming month.
Join our Twitter book club to discuss a new take on the future of food.
Choose from beloved works on cooking and eating—among them Dan Barber's The Third Plate and Julia Child and Alex Prud'homme's My Life in France.
Our Twitter book club will spend June reading a food-related book.
Highlights from 1book140's Twitter conversation with My Life in Middlemarch author Rebecca Mead on Wednesday night
The author of My Life in Middlemarch, a memoir of reading and re-reading George Eliot's Middlemarch, will be answering questions from our Twitter book club on Wednesday, May 21.
This month, read and discuss along as our Twitter book club tackles the rest of George Eliot's 19th-century provincial novel.
Follow along as our Twitter book club reads George Eliot's 1874 "study of provincial life."
Nominees include works by Charlotte Brontë, George Eliot, Henry James, and Émile Zola.