Based on a novella by Jonathan Ames, You Were Never Really Here is a gritty new thriller from Amazon Studios starring Joaquin Phoenix. We spoke with the writer about the origins of the story, New York's "ugly beauty," and how a certain French sensibility made the movie possible.Read more
"Ready Player One" author and screenwriter Ernest Cline talks with us about working with Steven Spielberg to bring the book's vision to moviegoers.
After twelve years of marriage, Jesse "The Lord" Ward and Ava Ward are still going strong. But when Ava loses her memories in a car crash, Jesse has to woo her all over again. Jodi Ellen Malpas talks with us about getting inside Jesse's head in her newest novel, "With This Man."
How and why Shobha Rao's novel "Girls Burn Brighter" broke and then mended our hearts on its way to becoming our pick for the best book of March.
"I wanted to make Martin a person first and have the reader sense that he was on the spectrum but not have that define him. I hope the reader will love him as a character first."Read more
"One of the extraordinary stories of Wilder’s life is her relationship with her daughter and the ways in which it helps create these classic books. There really isn’t any other relationship like it in literary history that I am aware of."Read more
S. A. Chakraborty tells us how the history and folklore of the Middle East inspired her electrifying new fantasy novel, "The City of Brass"--our editors' favorite debut book of November.Read more
"Books and wine were interconnected in his mind. Both represented the patrician life that he always imagined lay on the other side of the river."Read more
We talk with Lee Child about the opioid epidemic, whether Reacher will ever get a dog, and his new novel, The Midnight Line.Read more
"All the skills you might want your child to learn can be taught through what they’re interested in. Curiosity should be at the heart of how we reform our education in the future," says Christopher Lloyd, whose "Wallbooks" might change how you view history.Read more