Here's Megan Boyle Reading an Excerpt from Her Extensive Liveblog

Megan Boyle, whose liveblog began in March and was updated on a somewhat non-stop basis until August, read an excerpt from said liveblog at the Muumuu House holiday reading on December 15 at KGB bar. » 12/18/13 3:36pm 12/18/13 3:36pm

How'd You Choose Your Book Title?: Zaron Burnett III

Every week (or so), we'll ask authors how they chose their book title. Today: Zaron Burnett III on his eBook, Love, Sex, and Other Things You Might Find At The Airport. » 12/18/13 1:00pm 12/18/13 1:00pm

Hope for People Who've Just Finished Reading the Best Book Ever

Are you struggling with a sense of loss after finishing The Goldfinch? First, join the club (not mine, I haven't read it). Second, quit your moping. Book Seer is here to recommend your next heartbreaking, back-breaking novel. » 12/17/13 12:12pm 12/17/13 12:12pm

Hard Pour Corn: A Poem

Aside from founding independent library Mellow Pages with Matt Nelson, Jacob Perkins is also a killer writer. I'd never laughed so hard at a poem as when I heard "Hard Pour Corn" — it's thoughtful and hilarious and helped to redefine my definition of poetry. So when Jacob told me he'd recorded himself performing it, I… » 12/16/13 3:09pm 12/16/13 3:09pm

How'd You Choose Your Book Title?: J.E. Reich

Every week (or so), we'll ask authors how they chose their book title. Today: J.E. Reich on her novella, The Demon Room. » 12/09/13 12:00pm 12/09/13 12:00pm

How'd You Choose Your Book Title?: Jill Paris

Every week (or so), we ask authors how they chose their book title. Today: Jill Paris on her collection of travel essays, Life is Like a Walking Safari. » 12/05/13 11:00am 12/05/13 11:00am

Here's Your Tuesday Cry-Read

This week's cry-read is courtesy of Gawker's Cord Jefferson. It even comes with a recipe you can cry into when you've finished reading it! Please enjoy "Blueberry Cranberry Sauce," and as always, share your cry-reads in the comments. » 12/03/13 8:20pm 12/03/13 8:20pm

How'd You Choose Your Book Title?: Richard Grayson

Every week (or so), we'll ask authors how they chose their book title. Today: Richard Grayson on his story collection, With Hitler in New York: And Other Stories. » 11/27/13 1:00pm 11/27/13 1:00pm