Whether you’re searching for the best book recommendations or sifting through tales of the past, we’ve got all the history stories you need to satisfy your curiosity.
Literary censorship has long been a source of contention.
A new collection emerges from the writings of the late Pulitzer Prize-winning author.
There's a reason why they span human history.
By Grace Felder
Disgruntled audiences pelted him with rotten eggs.
By Lee D'Amato
A battle of the brightest minds.
The late author was known for his essays on baseball, reflections on aging, and so much more.
Some of these structures are still standing, while others are lost to time.
By John Tuttle
These texts have had a tangible effect on the past and present.
This terrifying wreck, and its cannibalistic aftermath, inspired Moby Dick.
By Carolyn Cox
The beloved children's author was deterred from a career as a mycologist.
These 10 accomplished women led countries, wrote poetry, chronicled history, and made their own.
Time on or near the front lines shaped these authors' lives and work.
By John Tuttle
Evans was known for sharing groundbreaking stories.
By Kara Brand
The children's author's macabre sense of humor and appreciation of darkness were likely sharpened by his combat history.
Find your coziest chair, and curl up with one of these incredible biographies to while away an afternoon or two.
His mysterious life has left scholars and readers with many a question.
Voices from the World of Jane Austen will transport you to the turn of the nineteenth century.
A golden hare, a multi-step pictorial code, and a country on the hunt. What could go wrong?
By Robert Walsh
James Baldwin, Ernest Hemingway, and other writers were investigated for everything from sympathy towards the Cuban Revolution to Communist Party ties.
Though a popular children’s author and activist, Mrs. Wilde’s life eventually became one marked by scandal.