We brought you quite the book selection this year. Here are a few standouts we are giving (and hoping to receive!) this holiday season.
It's our spring literary edit! For April we are featuring a few dynamic female authors who speak their truth, highlight the humor in the absurd and ultimately share stories we can learn, laugh and grow from.
For our March book recommendations, we've pulled 10 fantastic books from the archives to round out our winter reading and welcome the beginning of spring. Ranging from oldies but goodies to new releases by some of our favorite authors, each title in our reading list carries its own, timely significance.
We are acknowledging this month that, like the calendar year, we also go through "seasons" of preferences--particularly when it comes to reading. While in the summers we crave lighter, airier works of fiction to the deep, enthralling stores that move us in the winter, for the month of February we are focusing on 3 memoirs that are perfect for hunkering down and fighting the cold.
There is a title for every literary fan out there: spirited novels, cookbooks and fantastic stories in children's literature are just some of the genres comprising our holiday gift list. Read on to find the perfect book for the reader in your life or, better yet, yourself.
For a lot of women, it can often feel as though stories about women in their 40s are few and far between. In her latest novel, No One Tells You This, author Glynnis MacNicol discusses the particularly difficult year in which she turned 40 and the self reflection that allowed her to realize being 40 is, actually, amazing.
Claire Dederer's latest memoir belongs on the must-read list for women of any age, for reasons both confronting and comforting. We interviewed the author on her writing process, aging and more.
Get a sneak peek at quarterlane's latest book collections, all jam-packed with dreamy winter reads. (And don't miss this season's special collaboration between quarterlane and The Fold!)
Lisa Congdon's latest book is both visually and thematically inspiring. A Glorious Freedom reminds us there is much to live and learn over the age of 40.