Our January selections are bittersweet, with a posthumous release from the late, great Denis Johnson, a novel that examines the after-effects of a school shooting, and one about a psychic renown for being able to foretell the day anyone will die (ok, I swear, there is some sweet in here, too)...Read more
Chicklit, mysteries, and a handful of classics for reading in the wee small hours.Read more
Longing for longevity? Five books consider the costs and benefits.Read more
The prizes are awarded annually by a non-profit committed to encouraging diversity of all kinds in books for children.Read more
Barsh offers "Straight Talk to Help With your Toughest Challenges" based on her research into the struggles faced by over 200 rising leaders.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.
Looking back at 2017, three authors stand out for incorporating extraordinary visions of the countryside with some of the best writing of the year. Call them the Rural Feminists?Read more