Tolkien, Fantasy, SciFi, mythology - any and all books of wonder! Virtual ale & warm lively chat - join us in LibraryThing's best pub! This group is known as one of the busiest and most welcoming…
For fans of SF, Sci-Fi, Scifi and any other abbreviation you can think of!
Whether it's literary fiction, fantasy, crime fiction, history, chick lit, a current bestseller or whatever, please dish about what you're reading right now and tell how you like it.
Welcome to the Hogwarts Express, where Harry Potter fans of all ages gather to discuss the series and, well, just about anything else! If you're joining us for the first time, welcome! We love…
Have you forgotten the name of a book you once read? This group is here to help you find it again. Start your book search by clicking on the Post a new topic option and... (1) Enter a helpful Subject…
For all of you who enjoy a good thriller, a mystery story, bloody or not :o) To share opinions and get to know new authors! I'm thinking James Patterson, Mary Higgins Clark, Ruth Rendell, Ed McBain,…
For anyone trying to complete the set, or just for those who want to disagree with the choices made in the book by Peter Boxall.
For Fans of Fantasy fiction The Link is for the Fantasy Favorites Mailing list on Yahoo, a place where several of the members talk books.
Devoted to those who enjoy reading non-fiction, even when they don't have to.
We are discussing historical, contemporary, paranormal, fantasy, chick lit,... romance novels and everything else that takes our fancy. Please note: If you would like to promote or point out contests…
Welcome one and all! What is 50 Book Challenge? 50 Book Challenge is a way to track and share the books you read throughout the year. Some people also choose to set personal goals to read more books,…
For those that love to delve into the past and get lost in a saga about a past era.
For BookMooch members: a purely informal group on using BookMooch, or meeting up with LTers who Mooch books, and Moochers who LibraryThing. (Image courtesy of kevinzim at Flickr, some rights…
http://www.librarything.com/wiki/index.php/Groups:Folio_Society_Devotees Current, past & future devotees and former members of The Folio Society who love the beauty of its books, the wisdom of…
For readers of young adult (YA) literature of all ages!
For those who create as well as consume. A group to share thoughts and books from a writer's perspective.
We had a great year in 2009, and now we want to do it again in 2010! Anyone can join. Just start a thread and begin listing the books you have read in 2010. You don't have to begin on January 1. Last…
Standing group (no members)
Note that this is a discussion group. To actually sign up for Early Reviewers make sure to fill out the sign-up page. The list of available books -- changes monthly Mark a book as unreceived, if you…
"Reading makes immigrants of us all. It takes us away from home, but more important, it finds homes for us everywhere." ---Jean Rhys This group is for readers who, for whatever reason, endeavor to…
Group for talking about ancient history, particularly Greek and Roman, but also including that of other ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern peoples.
There's a time and a place for badly-written populist mind-candy. This is neither. It is, however, the place to appreciate good writing - both past and present, genre or non-genre. No deathless…
A group for all of us who enjoy the wonderful Virago books. The picture shows the cover of "Frost in May", Virago's first book. Virago Modern Classics Group Wiki Visit the group Wiki where you'll…
For devotees of the horror genre and all things from the dark side of literature. Vampires and werewolves and demons... Oh My!
Readers of conservative "classics" like The Road to Serfdom, Free to Choose, Witness, etc., or conservative "contemporaries" such as Slander, Shut Up and Sing, The Age of Reagan. Not looking to stir…
From 100 Bullets and Akira via DC and Judge Dredd, to Marvel through the Phantom and Tintin to Zot and all other things with pictures and words.
For people who make an effort to read books by and/or about women. Whether it's sci-fi, social sciences or literature, we support female writers and positive representations of women. (yes, male…
This group is to help you track your progress on the 999 challenge - 9 books in 9 different categories, all read in 2009. For an added challenge, try completing your books by 9/9/09! You pick the…
A group for those with an interest in medieval history, art, music, literature, philosophy, theology, language, warfare - in short, any aspect of medieval culture.
For children's fiction readers of all ages. Talk about what you like and what you hate.
For readers of books set in Asia, or Asian Related, Asian writers, Asian American writers, Asian Culture. Contemporary and Historical Fiction, Travel, Travel Musings, Arts & Culture, and History.…
If you're a fan of Terry Pratchett, then this is the group for you! Whether you're young or old, pull up a chair, hand over a banana to the Librarian and get handed a book in return. With any luck…
A group for those interested and involved in entering the personal libraries of famous readers into LibraryThing as Legacy Libraries. For discussions of the libraries of those still among the living,…
Are you a fool for poetry? It is an art and a craft, and it requires a daring foolishness to write and appreciate. You've got good company!
There are simply some times when you can't use your hands to turn pages. When you get tired of trying to drive, knit, and cook while turning pages with your feet, you turn to the audiobook.
For everyone who is avid about English literature from all time periods. If your blood pulsates at the word "Bloomsbury" or if the name "Wickham" makes you hiss, if you can envision Pooter painting…
For those of us who like reading and discussing the classics.
If you have books on your shelves that you have been meaning to read, but never quite get to because something new is always catching your eye, this challenge is for you. Set a target for the number…
A group "constructed" to gather the best in methods, materials, diagrams, plans, and designs for the literary lover in storing this precious commodity. DIY, y'all. Also a place to share…
Just a time-waster game to list five books suggested by a keyword posted by members. If you like it here why not take a look at the BOOK NUDGERS GROUP?
A group for those cursed with collector manias of all kinds. Welcome to folks who just have to buy every scrap written by obscure symbolist poets, every cheesy gothic romance with great cover art,…
a group for fans of the work of Stephen King. Discuss his work or study references in his work to his magnum opus "The Dark Tower"-series
A group for devotees of Jane Austen and her wonderful works.
A place to discuss banned or challenged books and related topics (intellectual freedom, censorship, privacy issues, etc.) Please keep discussion respectful and be open to the opinions of others…
Literature you can't stand, that was poorly written, that is all too cliche, that you hardly want to admit even touching...warn us before we make the same mistake! Or let's just create controversy.…
Blessèd be thine hands, for they are unclean! At every joint lie secret sins unseen, Their white nails beneath the lamp Evoke hosts stolen beneath the white shadow of the lamp, And upon thy finger,…
Discuss how to protect, repair and preserve your books.
A place to discuss your favorite children's book.
A great biography or memoir can be just as enthralling as any great work of fiction, so please tell your favorites and let's share the wealth.
For anyone interested in ancient and medieval manuscripts, the history of books and related subjects. Topics of interest include the Dead Sea scrolls, Egyptian papyri, Biblical manuscripts,…
Free book giveaways and blog contests we can all participate in.
For fans of British & Irish crime fiction in all its many guises - Ian Rankin, Lindsey Davis, P.D. James, Dorothy L. Sayers, Georgette Heyer, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and many many more. We include…
Travel literature, Outdoor literature, Nature literature, Exploration accounts .. this is a group for discussing far off places and exotic faces.
This group's purpose is to discuss books that are available on the Kindle and of course to just have Fun!
This is a group where we highlight one author a month with each month's author decided by a group vote. During that month, you can read one or more books by the author or just jump in to discuss…
Group for discussion of books on World War II. All facets of the conflict are fair game. The causes of the war, military strategy, social history, the Holocaust and outcomes.
A place for you to share your latest book purchases, even when they're breaking the bank.
A group for fans of imprints of the New York Review Books. The neglected classics that are being rediscovered and republished, both the Classics and the Children's Classics. Feel free to discuss…
Pulitzer, Booker, Nobel, Orange, PEN-Faulkner, Booker International, Whitbread, Hugo, Edgar, Nebula, etc. A place to discuss the merits and failures of the choices made for literary prizes and…
A group for all lovers of Persephone books, "reprints [of] forgotten classics by twentieth-century (mostly women) writers. Each one in our collection of seventy books is intelligent,…
Have you ever wanted to write a novel? Join with thousands on November 1st, 2008 and the goal is to write a 175-page (50,000-word) novel by midnight, November 30. Up for the challenge?
Catch-all for book-related conversations. There may be a more specific group for your post: Can't remember the title of a book? Name that Book is the place to go. The good folks there will be happy…
A group for people who love short stories of any style, period or genre.
For those interested in books on books (books about books), history of the book, book culture, acquisition/ownership of books, the book as object, and such related topics... (image: Maria Friberg)
If you prefer your mysteries to transport you to another time and culture, here's the group for you! We're here to discuss mysteries set in any period from the dawn of civilization to the end of…
For folks who like to trawl used bookstores, Goodwill and Salvation Army and other thrift stores, yard sales, library sales, and online sources such as Ebay and Amazon Sellers for reading delights…
For the fan of noir and hardboiled mysteries, in book and film: whether you love Hammett, Chandler, Ross MacDonald and the pulp fiction they sprang from; Graham Greene's noirish entertainments (and…
Feminist fans of science fiction/fantasy/utopias/magic realism & all related genres ... SF is used in the broadest sense of the word: see the FSFwiki for a sense of how broadly we view it.
For lovers of the original Sherlock Holmes stories, the various modern pastiches including Laurie King's Mary Russell series, and any offshoots thereof (such as Lord Peter Wimsey!).
Welcome one and all! The Challenge: Read a book from every Dewey Decimal category. This sounds like fun! How do I start? There's a list of the categories here. You can find the Dewey Decimal numbers…
Time Travel, Alternate Histories and Parallel Worlds - My favorite Science-Fiction sub-genres.
For those believe the literature of the American South is worthy of deep discussion, and also for any who are interested in spending some time with those who do, welcome. Attempts to define or…
Discussion group about novels in which the world goes horribly wrong. I mean, even worse than it is.
For readers and writers of erotica without boundaries…
A group for fans of Russian literature to discuss their favorite Russian works and authors. Recommend your favorites. Not necessary to have read them in the original language. Please post your…
A Shakespeare group.
a group for manga lovers... talk among yourselves :)
A group for BookCrossers / BookCrossing.
For those who don't mind finding a body in the library as long as the blood doesn't get on the carpet...
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. People! We need more conversation here!!! Anyone new to this group, or a new poster who is an old member, please first introduce yourself on the welcome page.
Twisted fairy tales, adult fairy tales, or just a new retelling of an old favorite. This is the place to share your love of fairy tales in whatever form they may take.
This is a simple idea aimed at encouraging people to read and/or review books from their own shelves whilst adding a spicy random factor to their reading. This is how it works: 1. Jump into the…
Online Link For Ebooks (Free Or Commercial)
The purpose of this group is to of course to share and discuss African/African American literature--both historical and contemporary books. All are invited to join.
A group for anyone who loves her books or the movies and TV specials based on them.
"for all fantastic literature - fantasy, SF, horror and all the stuff that won't fit neatly into slots" Authors like H.P Lovecraft, M John Harrison, Mervyn Peake, China Mieville. Sci-fi, Horror,…
Take reviewing a step further. Pick two books and compare them. Did you love one book and hate the other? Or love both despite (or because of) their differences? How was the subject matter similar?…
Reading about all the former presidents will show what has lead up to the historical events that are being made in 2009. My sister and I are both members here and have an interest in history. We…
For fans of Margaret Atwood's novels, short fiction, essays...and all other things Atwoodian. Share your thoughts. Please feel free to start discussion threads that would interest you! NOTE: We are…
Do you review books on LT or elsewhere? This is a list on the what, how and why of reviewing.
A group for readers who enjoy British history set during the 18th and 19th centuries, particularly the Georgian and Regency eras.
This is a group for anyone interested in discussing the great 19th century English novelist, works by Dickens, biographies about him or people in his circle, critical works both contemporary and…
for readers and writers of Urban Fantasy
For those of us interested in maps, atlases, and books about cartography.
I want to see how old fiction bestsellers have stood the test of time in the past 60 years or so. I will enter the ten bestsellers from a selected year and then look up to see how many are owned…
In his group at LibraryThing dead Cthulhu waits dreaming. For fans of the works of H.P. Lovecraft, his circle, and others who've come after and expanded the Cthulhu Mythos. Ia! Ia! Cthulhu fhtagn!
For fans of Nero Wolfe and his wisecracking sidekick Archie - an alternative meeting place to the old brownstone on West 35th Street. Orchid and crime enthusiasts, gourmands, and good dancers are, of…
A group for fans of Jim's work to talk about him and his collected works. Including his series the Dresden Files starring Harry Dresden, and Codex Alera.
For anyone interested in Tolkien books to discuss, enjoy and even debate perennial questions like 'Did elves have wings?', 'Did Tom Bombadil have pointy ears?' and 'Who is the Balrog?'.
This group is for Anthony Trollope fans to discuss their favorite books, their favorite and un-favorite characters, and their views on his style, his attitudes toward women , jews and foreigners…
A Group to bring people together through their unique books(media). A fun group to brag, not gloat, about having a book no one else on Library Thing has cataloged. Rules to brag, not gloat, about…
for collectors/fans of Doctor Who related fiction
Maybe the book has been recommended to you over and over again. Or it's a classic. But every time you try to read it, it bores you, angers you, or fails to capture your interest. Luckily, there's…
Discussing fiction, poetry, drama and non-fiction from Japan and about Japan.
Aunts, cow creamers, Drones, policemen's helmets, prize pigs, and whatsits.
For bookbinders, papermakers, typographers, book designers, book artists, and anyone who loves the art of making a book. Related Links: The Book Arts Web, Guild of Book Workers, Canadian Bookbinders…
A group for those who read and collect books about and from the Victorian era, everything from the multi-volume diaries of Gladstone to Anne Perry mysteries. The focus, obviously, is on Britain, but…
A group for people that like to read about Africa. Fiction, travel, history, or other material centered on Africa, from Egypt to South Africa, Senegal to Kenya
For people who love cookbooks-whether you use them or not!
A group for those who read (or were read) the original fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Anderson, and many more. A place to discuss our favorites, and the most depressing; along with…
For those who are interested in the history and culture of Elizabethan England.
From Charles Fort to Whitley Streiber, Yuri Gellar to James Randi, Montague Summers to Katharine Briggs, Ivan T. Sanderson to Erik von Daniken - ufology, alchemy, cryptozoology, parapsychology,…
For Book lovers of the Horror/Thriller genre. I'd like this to be club where we can discuss all books from the genre and pick a book monthly to read and discuss. Feel free to recommend. First book we…
For researchers and interested parties, whether formally academic or amateur enthusiasts... anything related to Irish/Celtic study or living is welcome!
Picture books are a child's first view of the world of reading. They include artwork by some of the best illustrators in the world, transporting the suburban western toddler to China, outer space,…
A group for those interested in the history, culture, religion, art, science, economics and politics of Byzantium and the Byzantine Empire. Common Tags: Byzantium, Byzantine, Constantinople Other Key…
A group for talking about my favorite author, Vladimir Nabokov.
Cats of Clans! Listen! All Cats Old Enough To Catch Their Own Prey Gather around! The Warrior Cats Are Back From Hunting!
interested in dual language poetry books and comments by those who understand the original, to see how or where the translation deviates. whether poets who translate are better or worse than…
For those who enjoy the work of C.S. Lewis.
Do you often wonder what the reading lists or libraries of certain fictional bookworms might be? Would you like to recommend books to your favorite or current-reading fictional characters (whether…
For fans of Gorey's books and of books that use his covers and/or illustrations.
Jacket design, fonts, typesetting, paper types, sizes. Anything to do with book design and layout here. Sometimes, a good design, font, or typesetting job can make or break an edition of a book. If…
spot any good books lately? Post about the books you see others reading, or books you notice being used as props in movies, or books just found randomly laying around.
To see how many books you can read in the year 2017. The long and short of it: Are you reading? We want to hear about it! :)
Does what it says on the label. Ideally, a forum where people can speak about non-genre fiction, regardless of when or where it was written. Fiction that treats 'the human condition', which doesn't…
Examines, analyzes, and discusses presidental autobiographies, biographies, historical and other writings by and about presidents.
A group devoted to the work edited by Emma Beare and cited here: http://www.librarything.com/work/1888246 Here is a link to the list of 501 must-read books. This volume is categorized into sections…
1666 and all that: Pepys, Newton, Dryden, Wren, Charles II, the Restoration, Restoration Theater, the Great Fire... By extension, the 17th century in general.
this group is for anyone involved in book discussions. If you are looking for discussion guides, make your needs known here.
This is the group were we can all talk and chat about books on kittens, cats, or just plain cats! Cats are cute, loving, and adorable! I hope you all enjoy my group! -Brooke:I
This group is where you can meet new friends and and see what type of books they have read,you can also chat about books you have and what books they have.If you want to you can chat about how your…
This is the group for the 6th grade library class. In this group you will connect with your classmates and use the forums to share information about your books.
This a group for members of New Vision Community Church who would like to discuss, ask questions and comment on books that are available in our Lending Library.
Un grupo para poder intercambiar diferentes sensaciones respecto al trabajo en las bibliotecas, con alumnos y docentes
After a successful 2008 challenge group, most of us wanted to do it again. So here's the place! Anyone can join. Just start a thread and begin listing the books you have read in 2009. You don't have…
The place to find the scoop on how to score ARCs (and other free books) Formerly, Other Places To Get ARCS thread.
Welcome! This group is set up for those who want to read 10 categories in 2010. How many books you want to read in each category is ENTIRELY up to you. After a bit of discussion, some of us have…
For all those in that peculiar and often endless limbo known as graduate or professional school.
This is pretty much just a group who love the book "Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer. Enjoy.
Read a book that changed your thoughts, your habits, your life? Share it here!!
Welcome to Club Read 2013! As for the past several years, we are a group of serious readers who are varied and thoughtful in our reading and would like to log/journal publicly our 2013 reading. The…
This is a "support group" of sorts for those of us reading some of the major works of literature. Come here to share your thoughts, struggles and triumphs about the current book. Quote of the month:…
Together in 2013 we read close to 4,000 of our own books - ROOT was successful but there are still books to be read. We will be Reading Our Own Tomes (those old books that deserve their time in the…
This group is for people in love with vampire fiction - whether it's romance, fantasy, sci-fi, horror or something else. Share your recommendations with the group!
Group for people who like books that are funny, fiction or non-fiction.
In end-of-the-year posts on the 50 Book Challenge, many members found that they had read more than 50 and wanted to challenge themselves to read even more in 2008. I thought about making this a 100…
A group of serious readers who are varied and thoughtful in their reading and would like to log/journal publicly their 2009 reading. And for those of us who like to follow what other LTers are…
Just viewed the promotional video for Amazon's new eReader. I have to admit I'd be tempted at a lower price. Has anyone actually seen one? Do you think it will be a success?
Compulsive book buyers always have shelves full of "to be reads". Why not invite help from fellow LibraryThingers when it comes to that tricky decision of exactly what to read next? Step One: Select…
Hey, why not. For those of us who enjoy Laurel K Hamilton, Catherine Asaro, Mercedes Lackey and others of that ilk The image is from Stephanie Pui-Mun Law its actually from a Romance Role playing…
Check out the blog post announcing the group. Some questions:How will ebooks change reading? Has it changed your reading?How fast will ebooks rise, and how high will they go? Is the paper book…
For anyone who has read beyond the 50 and/or the 75 book challenges and would like to aim for 100 or more. Renamed. Why? http://www.librarything.com/topic/81371.
Which it's for Patrick O'Brian fans.
Inspired by the Muse of History? Join us. For an initiation rite, how about each of suggest one recently read history title that we recommend to the rest?
For those who like to read books that 'talk' about books. I'm thinking about The Shadow of the Wind, The Eyre Affair, The Rule of Four, The Judas Testament...
This is a group dedicated to exploring all things "steampunk". From Jules Verne to "The Difference Engine" to various roleplaying games, if you're interested in any variation on the steampunk theme,…
If you think you can never have too many chick lit books in your to be read pile, then you're in the right place! Share opinions about your latest read, suggest new authors we might have missed and…
This is a challenge for 2008 to read eight books in eight categories for a total of 64 books. You can have up to 8 books that span more than one category (thereby reducing the total to 56.) I "stole"…
Do you enjoy Christian Living and self improvement books? Join this group if you like authors such as Neil Anderson, Stephen Arterburn, Henry Cloud, John Townsend, Lawrence Crabb, James Dobson,…
Welcome to the The Highly-Rated Book Group, one of the most unique and well-read book groups on LibraryThing! The Highly-Rated Book Group strives to present books to its members which represent…
This is a forum for fans of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series which includes the books: Outlander/Cross Stich, Dragonfly in Amber, Voyager, Drums of Autumn, The Fiery Cross, and A Breath of Snow and…
For those who dig Arthurian texts and novels. Discuss King Arthur, Camelot, the Knights, Avalon, etc.
How many cookbooks do you have? How many centuries do they span? This group is for people interested in culinary history, from theoretical discussions to hands on recipies and redactions.
Welcome! This is a group where anyone can discuss Jasper Fforde, and any of his novels. This includes the author's previously published novels, and the ones to come. His newest book is "First Among…
Add your voice to the ever-growing white noise surrounding the works and life of one Thomas Ruggles Pynchon, Jr.
Created as an offshoot of Le Salon Litteraire du Peuple pour le Peuple, this group's current raison d'Ãªtre is the discussion of all things related to William Faulkner---his work, his life, his…
It's 2012! Happy New Year, time to get reading...
. . .and so the LION fell in love with the lAmb
People who enjoy books most readily accessed through the catalog lists of Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America, but even more so if they are stacked in piles in barns. Genealogy, local…
When you think about it, they form the core of your collection.
Dedicated to books written by, or written about, or influenced by, the writing circle known as the Inklings-- CS Lewis, JRR Tolkein, GK Chesterton, Charles Willams, Owen Barfield, et al. Boundaries…
A group for all the people who love Stephanie Meyers Twilight, New Moon, and can't wait for the rest of her books. Where we love all of the charactars and love to hate some of them. Edward and Bella
A friendly forum to discuss British authors. Any genre - crime, romance, thrillers, high-brow or mass market - they can be dead or alive but who are your Best of British authors?
Welcome to the group that discusses, shares, recommends, and provides insight into the world of illustration and comic/graphic novel art. This can also include original art and those amazing artists…
History is not only a discipline to be carried out in formal academic circles. It is a discipline widely relevant to every day life and interesting to people of all sorts of different vocations. This…
A group for the discussion and recommendation of slashy books, media, etc - ie those with gay and lesbian subtext and/or text
A group devoted to the life and works of [[E. F. Benson]] and others who have written [Mapp and Lucia] books.
THis group is for people who like the paranormal. You know like ghosts, vampires, werewolves, ect. So if you like any of that stuff you should join!!
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…
Non-fiction about real crimes, serial killers, psychopaths, run-of-the-mill murders, and the like. Some representative authors include Ann Rule (the queen of true crime), Carlton Stowers, Carlton…
Finally, a place on LT where devoted fans can gather to laud the wonderful Barbara Pym!
Book and general discussion about air combat, from Eindeckers to Raptors, Zeppelins to Spirits; fiction and non-fiction.
A place to trumpet the heretofore unheralded merits of your favorite book or author. For every bestselling author, there are probably 100 who write beautifully but labor in relative obscurity. Let's…
Ever since its original publication in 1897, Dracula by Bram Stoker has never been out of print. This says a lot for the fascination vampires have had for readers. In this group, we will be…
How many book lists are there floating around out there? The "1001 list" tells us we're literary failures, the "banned book" list tells us we're rebels, and now there's the "EW 100 New Classics"…
If you like to talk about, draw, or watch anime, join this group!
For those interested in identifying & listing the cover artists for SF/F, Mystery, and other books, and in discussing the art.
Discussions about books that are about, or have anything to do with knights. As long as there's some form of knight-yes, even Jedi knight-we'll have a message board for it!
WARNING!! Just like Zombies appearing to be alive, this group's title may be misleading! That's right we are not all about Zombies, We have many eclectic interests and are just trying to find some…
The cast of characters is so fascinating and the books so entertaining, I feel there is no need to read historical fiction in this genre! I got started years ago with Antonia Frasier's Mary Queen of…
A group for editors and researchers who are also users of LibraryThing. A place to discuss resources and references, as well life as an editor and/or researcher.
60's and 70's science fiction with a more surreal, literary, and humanistic turn, more likely to look at the social sciences as well as/instead of the hard sciences for content. New Wave authors…
Thick books. Sprawling plots. Improbably named characters. Reclusive authors, and strange conspiracy theories about them. If you like writers like Thomas Pynchon, Donald Barthelme, William Gaddis,…
Hey if you are a young reader and into anything from vampires to mysteries to romance, from sports to supernatural books. This group covers about it all. If it isnt a topic make it one. So join, and…
We remember Perec and Calvino. We praise structure. We believe in constrains. We play the game. We combine. We mix. We explore.
We love Science Fiction and Fantasy and we love SF books and stories written by women. But we didn't see many women represented on the 2006 Hugo Ballot. Thinking about why this might be, we came up…
A place for you to show off interesting books for which you are the only owner in LT (synonyms: not shared, unique).
That would be British & Irish fiction for children, rather than fiction for British & Irish children. :-) It can be narrowed if the group proves too big or unfocused, but for the time being assume…
A place to list your favorite authors or books.
For everyone who loves Jane Austen.
E. A. Poe produced rich and dark works of poetry and short story. Come discuss the man and his works.
A group for those who wish to share topics for reading, research, and enjoyment. In a word Bibliophiles. Whether you enjoy bookbinding, typography, private presses, collecting, history of the book…
All so known as Speculative Fiction. Includes science fiction, fantasy, horror fiction, supernatural fiction, alternate history, and magic realism. Welcome all to the group of "What if?"
A Group for all Second Life residents who participate in events in the Book Island sim, such as Writer's Chat, Reader's Chat, Open Mic, etc.
So you have 100 books languishing in your To Be Read pile. That doesn't mean you're not looking forward to the new books coming out in the next few months. This group is a place to discuss upcoming…
This topic was suggested to me by some comments in the Book Talk thread about inscriptions. I was reminded that I have found a number of interesting objects in books, not least have been letters,…
Over the years, this category of books has expanded to fill more of my home library than I ever expected. :)
This is a category challenge group for people of all types. As the title might indicate, you have 4 different types of challenges you can go for: 5 books in 5 categories (25 books total) 10 books in…
For those who read or collect books about spaceflight and exploration, including the early experiments in rocketry.
From children's classics like Calvin and Hobbes to cultural and political humor like Bloom County and Doonesbury to the largely inexplicable genius of Krazy Kat and the Far Side...A picture may be…
From the Fall of the Roman Empire to the 17th century. The everlasting effect of British history on the rest of the world.
Books and talk about Alexander of Macedon, the most important figure of ancient history... dammit.
If you dream of a world where peace prevails, please join us and share your thoughts, especially book recommendations! If you are a supporter of the peace group CodePink, we also have a group…
For those interested in Druidry, Druidism and the historical Druids, Celtic mythology, culture and metaphysics...
A group for people who like reading Norse mythology, history, fiction, whatever!
This was once Baltimore's city motto. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baltimore. All residents and friends of Charm City are welcome.
Like to hear it from the horse's mouth? Don't mind if the horse is 2000 years old, cryptic, and variously translated? This is the group for you and your philosophical, historical, and other primary…
A place to share favorite quotations and passages
Is a canon desirable? Is a canon necessary? How does a canon emerge? And which books should be included? What do you think? Related Tags: Canon, Western Canon
If you love Icelandic and other norse sagas, join up!
For those who like such authors as Francine River, Terri Blackstock, Karen Kingsbury and other excellent authors.
Do you love reading mystery series for the comfort and pleasure of revisiting know people and places? Do you seem to have a lot more books part of a series than stand-alones in your library? Then…
Modernism, Imagism, Symbolism, Bolshevism, Realism, Futurism, Surrealism, Objectivism and a host of other "movements" in the arts and literature defined the first half of the twentieth century as a…
A group for anyone interested in the roots, principles, men, and any other topics related to the American Founding. I define that as from 1763 (end of the French and Indian War) to 1799 (G.…
This group is for people who love reading about royalty, past or present.
for all fans of vampires and werewolves in all their different shapes, forms and guises
For people who like to try read or just collect their favourite books in the orginal language.
For readers of prose poetry, flash (non-)fiction, micro (non-)fiction, poetic novels in vignettes, and anything else that blurs conventional form and genre lines, especially those works that maintain…
Godly, Seekers, Ranters, Quakers, General Baptists, Particular Baptists, Fifth Monarchy Men, even Muggletonians, Agitators, Levellers, Diggers, Bunyan, Milton, Ireton, Rainsborough, Winstanley,…
What books haven't you read, that are making you salivate just thinking about them?
Discussion of the Sony Reader
Our favorite, most piquant covers.
A group for those interested in the history and legends of the Knights Templar.
You are invited to an open forum to chat about Chick Lit / Women's Fiction!!
Because you DO judge a book by its cover, your bookshelves are color coded, and you consider a good-looking book a "room accent"!
A group for the intellectual gossip who enjoys peering into the private lives of artists by reading texts that could never be published before the author's death.
For those interested in books and things to do with the Hundred Years War period of Anglo-French History
Dedicated to conversation about those lesser-known children of the reformation that birthed the believers churches: from Mennonite to Amish, from Brethren to Quaker. Old literature in this area is…
For those who acquire some books just because the pages are so well composed.
Sentences precisely the width of a page, or "end-stops," are artifacts of print which have struck my fancy since adolescence. For surrealism's sake -and perhaps to provide some grist for our own…
Next to new tools, books on word working are great to collect. Let's discuss your favorites and what new books are needed
Biographical and autobiographical fiction is a fascinating area of writing. What's true? What's made up for dramatic purposes? What really happened to all the characters? If you read Laura Ingalls…
Looking for a book you read long ago or maybe read as a child. Ask your questions here. Hopefully the collective group will be able to answer.
Share and learn new ways to improve your reading experience! In the tradition of Steve Leveen's The Little Guide to Your Well-Read Life, this group is here to discuss tips for making your book…
For those who collect advance reading copies (ARCs) and galleys.
About a girl who is marked and is sent to live a new life at the House of Night academy.
A group dedicated to reading the winners of the Pulitzer Prize. At first I thought to limit it to the Fiction winners, but I think it will be interesting to keep the group broad across all the…
A group for book lovers in or from Montana. Talk about favorite reads, favorite bookstores, libraries and book sales.
The Yahoo! Groups BookerPrize reading group This group reads books that have won or has been shortlisted for the Booker Prize (now the Man Booker Prize) since its inception in 1969, as well as books…
A discussion of the books about the life and times of our early New England settlers. Including topics such as their ways of life, the differences between separatists and puritans, the religious…
Open to fans of the French Revolution in history and fiction. Want to talk about a terrific historical novel or nonfiction history book on the period? Share thoughts? Make suggestions? See who has…
Forum for folklorists to network and discuss the newest publications in the field, issues in folkloristics, or just chat about current field work and research.
As far as I know (though I could easily be wrong) there are no Groups for Nursery Rhymes. So I thought we should remedy that! Do you remember verses or parts of them from whenever? I think it would…
Looking for the best translation of Beowulf? The most definitive history of the Seven Years War? Want to know which edition of the Golden Bough doesn't suffer abridgement based on puritanical…
Ruby Ferguson, Elyne Mitchell, Judith Berrisford, Joanna Cannan and the Pullein-Thompson sisters, Mary Gervaise, Monica Edwards, Monica Dickens, Mary O'Hara, K.M. Peyton, Pat Smythe...
A group for fans of stories involving magical technology as seen in stories like Final Fantasy, Full Metal Alchemist and others.
We all know that if you can't think of a book title you can always nick a quote. Sugesst some poems or passages and lets see how many books use their quotes for titles. Based on an idea of…
A group for lovers of used books and the amusing messages left inside of them. It's one of the thrills of buying up old babies.
The International Silly Beings of Nyo is a fan organization that aims to the uniting of science fiction/fantasy and anime fandom.
A place for anyone to ask for help remembering key information to partially forgotten fiction or non-fiction!
This is a place dedicated mostly to the study of the vampire myth as appears in the old times. *** The most noble portrait of the vampire was perfected during the XIXth century and is based on the…
Challenge yourself to read 100 books in 2010. Renamed. Why? http://www.librarything.com/topic/81371.
A gathering place for people with primarily Christian libraries where folks can discuss and recommend books, post prayer and praise, and generally share their faith. If you have a Bible you already…
Discuss movies based on popular books - a place for fans of both to weight pros and cons
A place for us to offer book suggestions and discuss topics and issues within HCI books
Who loves Vintage illustrations on book covers? Me! And maybe you. I would like to hear about your relationship to the old style illustrations. I am especially interested in Science Fiction covers.…
Whom do your authors quote?
Discussions about books who win or are shortlisted for the Giller Prize
Read a great book lately and want to rave or rant about it? Here's the space, exclusively for teens and provided by the New Castle-Henry County Public Library. Join the summer reading program and you…
A group for those who read and study about Diana Princess of Wales.
List your favorite quotes from your favorite works or your least favorite quotes from your least favorite works. Heartwarming, hilarious, or horrible we want to hear it so share it! "There is no use…
Discuss what you think are the most important ingredients for a great novel. What types of characters do you like and why? What is the biggest turn off for you when reading a book? What are your…
This group provides a forum to share stories and have discussions from Booksellers and Collectors of Rare Books, Documents, Maps, and Ephemera.
This Group is intended to act as a clearing house for the various group reads that are springing up around LibraryThing, If your group has decide to read a book together post its title and your group…