We're accustomed to films based on books. But let's explore another kind of tie-in, one usually found in supermarket spinner-racks or airport kiosks specializing in mints and magazines. Books for those who need more after leaving the theater or switching off the TV: more Battlestar Galactica, more Porky's, more Buck Rogers, more....Read more
The self-described "weird dad with terrible facial hair" and author of the new memoir, Vacationland, shares his Maine-centric reading list. It's eclectic.Read more
Not many foresaw the rise of Donald Trump as clearly as Scott Adams. Find out what the Dilbert creator and author of Win Bigly: Persuasion in a World Where Facts Don't Matter knows, and how he knows it.Read more
John le Carré is an undisputed master of the espionage thriller, and based on his reading list, he's got things on his mind.Read more
Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner called Joe Hagan's biography of him "tawdry." He might be right, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. We talked to Hagan about Wenner, the magazine, and the industrialization of rock and roll.
What do you read when everything you see seems absurd? The author of C omics for a Strange World lists his most influential books of the year.Read more
The once and future award-winning author of Grant shares his favorite books of the year.Read more
Anna Faris isn't afraid to take chances, and neither is her new memoir, Unqualified. Find out which books inspired this fearless, funny actor this year.Read more