From “Goodnight Moon” to “Charlotte’s Web,” how children’s literature can still speak to adults.
David Denby on the 24 great books that can bring even today’s kids to reading. And maybe you, too.
Maria Popova, internet philosopher sensation and creator of the blog, "Brain Pickings," on how to live a meaningful life in 2016.
The great Christopher Ricks on the great T.S. Eliot. Practical cats and the way the world ends.
"Don Quixote," and why the 17th Century mock epic of Cervantes still gets under our skin.
Comedic actor Jason Segel gets serious and takes on author David Foster Wallace in the new film, "The End of the Tour. " He’s with us.
Anthony Doerr just won the Pulitzer Prize for his bestselling book “All the Light We Cannot See.” He joins us.
Confused about the news? Don't worry: so are we sometimes! Introducing a new On Point Radio podcast: The Explicast. You can find Episode One right here.
What does reading Texas even mean? We try to help you out, with an assist from Houston Chronicle book editor Maggie Galehouse.
Texas writers on the Lone Star State of mind and Texas identity now.
Gabriel García Márquez and his spell of magical realism. We’ll cast it again, in remembrance.
The best-selling literary genre in the world: romance novels. We’ll look at the red-hot literature of love.