• Classic Time Travel Paradoxes (And How To Avoid Them)

    Editor's Note: We're bringing back one of our most loved posts because hey, time travel is always a relevant topic of discussion. Originally published 11/30/12.

  • A Travel Guide to Literary Woods

    Home to some of the world’s most magnificent natural arboretums, fantasy novels are sure to surprise and delight even the most intrepid traveler. Join us as we take you on an unbelievable journey through literary woods and forests. Be sure to pack a bottle of water, a map, and your imagination.  

  • The Hobbit Inspired by Cormac McCarthy

    Tales and adventures sprouted up all over the place wherever the wizard went, lies most, told to comfort the already lost. The wizard, his cloak gray as weathered bone, had not gone that way under The Hill for ages and ages. The curse of memory meant that most of them had forgotten what he looked like. He had been away over The Hill and across the water for a long time, a long time indeed. Those who were small once had gone, food for the earth much like what was under the wizard’s feet.

    Good Morning! It was the hobbit.

  • Fictional Characters Who Will Break Your New Year’s Resolutions

    We all have those friends, the ones who encourage us to make poor decisions. You know, the ones who tell you to buy that expensive shirt you can’t afford or to go ahead and have one more slice of cake. Or hey—eat the whole dang thing! Who cares about your resolution to eat better?

    We’ve compiled a list of the fictional characters you want to avoid if you want to keep your New Year’s resolutions.

  • How Fictional Characters Spent Their New Year’s Eve

    A non-comprehensive roundup of how certain fictional characters spent the final day of the year.

  • Literary References of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life: Fall

    We're back with the final installment of literary references in Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. After nearly a decade away from Rory Gilmore and her voracious reading habits, we were eager to catch up with the residents of Stars Hollow and the books they’ve been devouring.

    Mild spoilers ahead! Haven’t finished the series? Head over to Luke’s Diner and stream the rest of the show. We hear he’s giving out his wifi password now.

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