RSS Feeds

RSS provides a way for readers to be notified about the release of new Public Books articles on topics of particular interest. You can find a simple tutorial on how to use RSS feeds here.

Below we’ve listed both some example topic feeds and an overall feed, which contains all Public Books articles. To subscribe, simply copy and paste the feed URL into your favorite feed reader.

  • The Big Picture
    http://www.publicbooks.org/tag/the-big-picture/feed
  • Climate Change
    http://www.publicbooks.org/tag/climate-change/feed
  • Fiction
    http://www.publicbooks.org/tag/fiction/feed
  • Gender
    http://www.publicbooks.org/tag/gender/feed
  • Global Black History
    http://www.publicbooks.org/tag/global-black-history/feed
  • On Our Nightstands
    http://www.publicbooks.org/tag/on-our-nightstands/feed
  • Politics
    http://www.publicbooks.org/tag/politics/feed
  • Public Streets
    http://www.publicbooks.org/tag/public-streets/feed
  • Translation
    http://www.publicbooks.org/tag/translation/feed
  • Public Books Overall Feed
    http://www.publicbooks.org/feed

If you are interested in another topic, just click on the appropriate hashtag at the bottom of an article (or choose below from our most popular tags), copy the new page’s URL, append “/feed” to the end, and you will have created a custom RSS feed URL that you can use to subscribe.

Popular Topic Tags

@X Academia Addiction Africa African American American Studies An Engineer Reads a Novel Animals Anthropocene Anthropology Architecture Art Astronomy B-Sides Biography Black Lives Matter Boston Brazil Britain Cancer Capitalism Caregiving Celebrity Censorship Chicago Children Children's Literature China Class Climate climate change Colonialism Comics Communication Communism Conferences Criminal Cults Dance Democracy Design Development Diaspora Digital Disability Donald Trump Drama Dystopia East Asia Economics Education El Mirador Environmentalism Environmental Studies Essay Ethics Europe Experiment Family Fantasy Fashion Feminism Fiction Film Finance Food France Free Speech Friendship Gender Gentrification global black history Globalization Gothic Graphic Grief History Hollywood Holocaust Humanities Human Rights Identity Illness & Medicine Immigration Incarceration India Inequality Infrastructure Internationalism Internet Interview Islam Italy Japan Jewish Journalism Korea Labor Landscape Latino Legal Lesbian Listicles Lists Literature London Los Angeles Love Magic Marriage Masculinity Media Memoir Memory Mexico Middle East Migration Military Modernism Modernity Morality Multiculturalism Multilingualism Music Music & Sound Mystery Nationalism New York New York City Nonfiction Nostalgia Novel Occupy Wall Street On Our Nightstands Overheard Paranoia PB 2.0 Top 10 Philosophy Photography Poetry Police Politics Pop Culture Postcolonial Poverty Print/Screen Privacy Protest Public Bookshelf Public Sphere Public Streets Publishing Queer Theory Race Racism Refugees Religion Rereading Risk Romance Russia Satire Scandinavia Science Science Fiction Secrets Security Sex & Sexuality shoptalk Short Story Slavery Social Media Social Movements Social Theory Sociology South America South Asia Southeast Asia Spain Sports Surveillance Syllabi Technoculture Technology Television Theater The Big Picture Transgender Translation Trauma Travel Urban Studies Violence Visual Culture War Whats at Stake Wildcat Women Workplace World Literature