Articles by: Chase Anderson

2020 Book Adaption Award Nominations

2020 Book Adaption Award Nominations

As 2019 winds down the various professional organizations start to announce the nominations for 2020 award ceremonies. While the Oscar’s and Emmy’s have yet to be announced we do have the Golden Globes and Screen Actor Guild (SAG) Awards. The Irishman (based on I Heard You Paint Houses) Nominations: SAG[…]

by × December 13, 2019 ×

How to Begin Birding

How to Begin Birding

Birding is an odd hobby. We’ve been doing it for millions of years (Haast’s eagles preyed on the first people to arrive in New Zealand so being able to spot them was an important skill) and we all have done it in some form during our lives. Then there are[…]

by × November 12, 2019 ×

Margaret Atwood’s Award-Winning Work

Margaret Atwood’s Award-Winning Work

With the announcement of her second Booker Prize win, Canadian Author Margaret Atwood’s list of literary accolades continue to grow. Her incredibly long career has created innumerable influential works. To celebrate her win, we’ll discuss a selection of some of her winning works. 2019 Booker Prize Winner: The Testaments Atwood’s[…]

by × October 18, 2019 ×

Amazing Kids Books Your Child Will Love

Amazing Kids Books Your Child Will Love

Despite the proliferation of popular games like Fortnite, Minecraft and Roblox that can eat up hours of the day, kids still love to read. Many of these stories are found on websites or apps but there’s still very much a place for physical books. I always loved getting the next[…]

by × August 30, 2019 ×

Smart Back to School Shopping

Smart Back to School Shopping

The leaves might not have changed colors yet and the mercury is still high but it’s time to think about school once more. College especially can be a hectic time, as moving in and purchasing your own books is an extra layer of stress. Alibris is happy to help make[…]

by × August 9, 2019 ×

Queer Books Throughout History

Queer Books Throughout History

June, known as LGBTQ Pride Month, gives us the chance to pause and reflect on the history of people who challenged society’s notions on gender, identity and love. While no means exhaustive, we’ve picked a selection of queer literature, from circa 600 BCE to the present. We Are Everywhere: Protest,[…]

by × June 11, 2019 ×

Eggsellent Reads to Start Your own Farm

Eggsellent Reads to Start Your own Farm

With the environment and sustainability in our collective conscious, we want to do our part to support local, kind, and sustainable. You might not know that May is national egg month (really!), so why not take the plunge into some of the most popular forms of micro-farming? What exactly does[…]

by × May 9, 2019 ×

Create your own Confections

Create your own Confections

You’re probably dreading the candy that’s going to be filling up your house soon and the inevitable mess caused by all the wrappers, plastic eggs and whatever that “grass” is. But there is another way: making your own! It might seem daunting at first but with some know-how and a[…]

by × March 26, 2019 ×

Celebrating the Authors of Ireland

Celebrating the Authors of Ireland

March brings us the first day of spring and the start of daylight saving’s, but it also brings us the holiday of St. Patrick’s Day. Instead of a Catholic feast like the name would suggest, it’s a celebration of Irish culture and people. Growing up in New England, we spent[…]

by × March 13, 2019 ×