10 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for Book Lovers

Here’s a list of Twitter accounts that are perfect for librarians and book lovers alike. Each of these popular Twitter personalities tweets book reviews and news on a regular basis. If you have any favorite book review or book news Twitterers you follow, please mention them in the comments and I’ll be sure to include them in the next list!

  1. @The_Millions (139,632 Followers)
    Online magazine offering coverage on books, arts, and culture since 2003. The Millions has been featured on NPR and noted by The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and The Village Voice, among others.
  2. @paperhaus (22,227 Followers)
    Carolyn Kellogg is the blogger for the LA Times’ Jacket Copy.
  3. @roncharles (16,332 Followers)
    Ron Charles is the Washington Post Book World Fiction Editor and weekly critic.
  4. @thebookslut (33,316 Followers)
    Jessa Crispin is the editor-in-chief of Bookslut.
  5. @nprbooks (92,482 Followers)
    Notes on NPR Books stories, the future of reading, and what to read next, with NPR.org’s book editor.
  6. @nytimesbooks (655,251 Followers)
    Book reviews, news, author profiles, interviews and more on books from The New York Times.
  7. @GuardianBooks (472,471 Followers)
    News, reviews and author interviews plus tweets from the Guardian and Observer books team.
  8. @NewYorker (2,117,700 Followers)
    The New Yorker is a weekly magazine with a mix of reporting of politics and culture, humor and cartoons, fiction and poetry, and reviews and criticism.
  9. @LRB (64,317 Followers)
    ‘The London Review of Books is the liveliest, the most serious and also the most radical literary magazine we have.’ Alan Bennett
  10. @LAReviewofBooks (24,962 Followers)
    A multimedia literary and cultural arts magazine with an enduring commitment to the written word.