The Twig

poetrybomb:

pre1923:

In a Library by Emily DickinsonPoems, 1890

Now that is a Library Love Letter! Note that in addition to it being National Poetry Month, it’s also National Library Week. Two great things to celebrate, and that poem does a more than fitting job of covering both.

poetrybomb:

pre1923:

In a Library by Emily Dickinson
Poems, 1890

Now that is a Library Love Letter! Note that in addition to it being National Poetry Month, it’s also National Library Week. Two great things to celebrate, and that poem does a more than fitting job of covering both.

(via chroniclebooks)

poetry Emily Dickinson
paperlanternlit:

"Never underestimate the power of tea and a good book."

paperlanternlit:

"Never underestimate the power of tea and a good book."

(Source: la-belle-de-nuit, via a-good-book-has-no-ending)

ransomcenter:

Students from the UT Department of English share Jane Austen materials from the Ransom Center’s collections in honor of the 75th anniversary of “Mansfield Park.”

(via bookpeopleaustin)

Jane Austen

Melanie is currently reading the Partials Sequence. She says: “It has science, romance, suspense, so much excitement!” 

(She also says: “UGH WHERE IS THE NEXT ONE?!”)

Partials Dan Wells currently reading your friendly neighborhood bookstaff the twig bookshop Melanie
the-library-and-step-on-it:

Want to start reading Discworld but don’t know where to begin? Here’s a handy reading guide to help you navigate the series.

the-library-and-step-on-it:

Want to start reading Discworld but don’t know where to begin? Here’s a handy reading guide to help you navigate the series.

Discworld Terry Pratchett
theparisreview:

“Rome says: enjoy me. London: survive me. New York: gimme all you got.”
Read Zadie Smith’s story from our Spring issue, now available in its entirety online.

theparisreview:

“Rome says: enjoy me. London: survive me. New York: gimme all you got.”

Read Zadie Smith’s story from our Spring issue, now available in its entirety online.

Zadie Smith