Ring in Women's History Month with these fascinating books about intelligent, daring, and tenacious women who changed the world—and who continue to make change happen today.
As February ends, we spotlight 10--count 'em, 10!--graphic novels that showcase the wide spectrum the medium has to offer, from art books to rare reprints, geeky anthologies to highbrow hipsters, and superheroes to the super-strange.Read more
Jones, whose novel "An American Marriage" is Oprah's latest book club pick, recalls the first time she read Delores Phillips's 2004 debut, "The Darkest Child."
Melissa Albert reveals her favorite fairy tales and how they inspired her gritty, contemporary fantasy.
Intrigued by Lovecraft's tales but dismayed by the bigoted beliefs of the author himself? These eight novels bring their own innovative spin—and sometimes stand Lovecraft on his head—as they offer a different taste of the dark magic lingering in Lovecraft's tales.