Tea drinkers everywhere, unite!
Radio 3 is known as the BBC’s classical music station, but that description sells it short. It provides just over 2 million people with programming that still, in some way, connects with the BBC's…
If the first thing you did, when you heard about LibraryThing, was blog about it, then this is your place. Share your blog or discuss books about blogs, blogs about books, or any blog you just might…
Knitters, embroiderers, cross-stitchers, tatters, crocheters, lacemakers...
Group for any and all interested in genealogical research. This group is for beginners and for professionals. It's for those who like to research and compile data and those who like to paint a…
Just knitting. :-)
This group is for fans of books that have been made into movies. One of my favorite joys is reading a book then renting the movie to see if the director's vision was the same as mine. It's always a…
For those who listen to Radio 4 - fiction and nonfiction. Afternoon plays, book readings and dramatisations, The Archers, comedy half-hours ...
Discuss birds, birdwatching, books-on-birds, and any topics orinithological in nature.
For people who love and collect books about The Great Game!
Ravelry members on LT. Ravelry is an online community for knitters, crocheters, spinners, dyers, and all things yarn.
Do you have a question? Can't find the answer on Wikipedia or Google? The Collective Wisdom of LibraryThing knows all! Post your question here! (BTW, this means, if you know the answer, please post…
All textile and fiber arts, especially more than one type of fiber artistry: Spinning, Weaving, Felting, Knitting, Naalbinding, Crochet, Sprang, Tablet-weaving, Card-weaving, Batik, Natural…
The group for classical musicians of any form (instrumentalists, vocalists, conductors, composers), fans of classical music, and people who are interested in learning more!
This group is for any of the many gamers, role-players, LARPers and other ilk that lurk on LibraryThing. Discussions on good games (or bad ones), the industry, and related books are all welcome.
Do the names Phaidon, Rizzoli & Taschen mean anything to you? Lust for those big, beautiful art books? Do you have mini-collections of monographs? Do you buy museum catalogs? Do you adorn your living…
This group includes the personal libraries of the populace of the Kingdom of Atlantia. Note: This group is not sponsored by nor affiliated with the SCA, Inc or the Kingdom of Atlantia, SCA Inc. It is…
Standing group (no members)
This is an off-topic, "foo" group for unfocused or general discussion without any necessary connection to books, authors or anything else LibraryThing-ish. Go crazy here, and don't go crazy…
For everyone who can also be found in LJ
This group is about books. It is about art. This group is for people who see art as something that lives and breathes. The painter Mark Rothko said that a person looking at his paintings might gain…
Book discussion group for members of Metafilter.com
A group for lit bloggers.
For members who enjoy reading, collecting, and browsing anything having to do with photography: technique, history, personalities.
For any fans of Joss Whedon and his work. From Toy Story to Buffy, from Firefly to X-Men. Anything Whedon-related has a place in the 'verse
For all those who enjoy theatre (or theater!) and drama, either onstage, offstage, backstage or on the page.
A group for anyone interested in the study of art history, from prehistory to the present.
You read roleplaying rulebooks and sourcebooks from cover to cover. You read tie-in fiction. You read fantasy, horror, science fiction, history, true crime and conspiracy theories to give you fodder…
Wakers, Hikers and Hiking, Climbers, Climbing, Scrambling, Cavers, Caving and Potholing, Treks and Trekkers, Mountaineers, Mountaineering and Skiing too. Whatever your hobby, addicition, however you…
Chess players & readers of chess books.
A place to discuss coffee (and tea, if you are into that) as well as its relationship to books, or just books, or books that go good with coffee, or books that you have spilled coffee on, or…
Group for LibraryThing members on the virtual world Second Life (http://www.secondlife.com).
Some pieces of music go very well with books. What do you like to listen to while you read?
A group for those interested in our furry, feathered, finned friends. Let's paws to discuss our favorite animal-themed books: pet care, animal welfare, fiction, and nonfiction.
The Society for Creative Anachronism is dedicated to pre-17th-century research and re-creation of the arts and skills of Europe. Our "Known World" consists of 19 kingdoms, with over 30,000 members…
group for Wink members
Do you crochet? Want to? Good. There are more and more crochet books going 'round, so it's a good time to share opinions about them.
A group for those who create, such as collage, drawing, assemblage, painting, illustrated journaling, altered books, sculpture, pottery, scrapbooking, fabric arts, mixed media, photography, ATCs,…
Books on museums, museums on books, museums in books, books in museums, in short: about every imaginable relationship between a book and a museum. Related Tags: Museums, Museum Catalogs, Museum…
For those who like to read any kind of book that 'uses' Works of Art (Paintings, Scultures, Architecture) or their construction in them. To share opinions and get to know new books! I'm thinking…
For all of the users of LibraryThing.com who are on Facebook.
For fans of all types of visual culture: art, illustration, comics, cartoons, animation, design, typography, graphic novels, drawing, sketching, graphics, film, movies, crafts
For those who love yoga in any of its aspects, Namaste!
Flickr Members post your LibraryThing related photos in our group on Flickr! Screenshots of your library, bookpiles, your home library, groups photos, even your local library, and don't forget all…
This group includes the personal libraries of the populace of the Kingdom of Northshield. Note: This group is not sponsored by nor affiliated with the SCA, Inc or the Kingdom of Northshield, SCA Inc.…
This group is for those who study pre-1600 embroidery and needlework techniques in the SCA and in other living history groups. Please tag your books- SCA, pre-1600 embroidery or pre-1600 needlework…
This group is for craft junkies who like to make stuff. Please share what you like to make and what books you have read for knowledge or inspiration. What is the source of your creativity? Where do…
Shire of Trinovantia Nova, Kingdom of Ealdormere - the Society for Creative Anachronism, (London/St. Thomas & Surrounding areas, Ontario)
This group includes the personal libraries of the populace of the Kingdom of AEthelmearc. Note: This group is not sponsored by nor affiliated with the SCA, Inc or the Kingdom of AEthelmearc, SCA Inc.…
For members of the SCA in the Barony of Calafia, Kingdom of Caid. Barony members and friends are invited to join. **unofficial group** Calafia is one of the founding baronies in Kingdom of Caid…
A group for members of the Kingdom of Ansteorra, a region of the Society of Creative Anachronism, a non-profit medieval re-creation group. Share the books you use in researching your participation.