With so much literature and book blogs available online it can become daunting to visit them all. Here we will have a look at some of the best blogs that are focused on books and literature. Stay up to date on the newest book releases, up-and-coming authors, and news in literary circles.

3 a.m. Magazine –

This online magazine has been around for more than 21 years and was created by Kent Wilson. They are an international literary magazine blog and accept many fiction and poetry pieces submitted by readers. The owner of the magazine, Andrew Gallix, has been the editor in chief since the formation of the online magazine.

They also provide interviews with leading writers and philosophers which is great for any book and literary lover.

Vol.1 Brooklyn –

Vol 1. Brooklyn was founded in 2009 by Jason Diamond and they focus on both short and long content articles on culture and art around literature. The current managing editor is Tobias Carroll and Deputy Editor Jen Vafidis. Their commitment is towards motivating their community to explore new writers and artists.

Catapult –

Catapult is an online literature blog extended from a book publisher. The site is intended to be used by writers in all stages in life to use the website as a resource. They are committed to bringing their reader’s exciting essays and informative interviews with authors and industry professionals.

BookRiot –

Book Riot is the perfect blog for writers and readers of all types of literature. They are more friendly towards pop culture and claims to be the biggest independent book editorial site in the US.

Electric Literature –

The founders of Electric Literature blog are the same founders of Lit Hub. Their recommendations towards what to read are followed by many readers and are trusted in providing information on new books to read.

Many of their great articles revolve around literary culture and the ever-growing publishing industry.

LitHub –

LitHub is one of the most successful blogs focusing on literature and books available online. They were launched in 2015 as a collaboration among Grove Atlantic and other literary blogs and magazines. The blog is known to be very diverse and presents conversations about both contemporary and classic literature.

Following any of these blogs will keep you updated on the world of literature and books as well as entertain you with articles and interviews.