Weekend Reading

In this edition, a food memoir to feast your eyes on, a cheeky retelling of Pride and Prejudice, retirement schmetirement! quoth an amateur sleuth, and a homage to "The Only Band That Mattered."

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Weekend Reading

In this edition, why we push the limits, two very different food memoirs, natural history's golden age of color, and more.

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Weekend Reading

In this edition, a book to help you cure your commitment issues, an action/adventure to moon over, and inspiration to spur another Ice Bucket Challenge...

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Yeah, But the Book's Way Better

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....

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Weekend Reading

In this edition, one of our favorite memoirs of last year, a classic you should revisit before it hits the big screen, a mystery reminiscent of Patricia Highsmith, and more.

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New Year, New Books - 10 Books We're Looking Forward to Reading in Early 2018

Ten brand-new books that we're recommending to everyone—or that we can't wait to read in the next few months.

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"We All Rose Up Together": The Organizers of the Women's March Commemorate Its One-Year Anniversary

Transparent creator Jill Soloway gets the inside story behind the largest political demonstration since the 1960s...

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Weekend Reading

In this edition, two timely reads ripped from the headlines, a new novel from Man Booker winner Alan Hollinghurst, and some comic relief...

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When Book Covers Came of Age

Book covers were once simply protective wrappings, designed to be discarded. In the 1920s, that all changed. Have a look at some gorgeous examples from the art form's heyday, and read an except from The Illustrated Dust Jacket.

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Weekend Reading

In this edition, even after Thanksgiving there is still room for another piece of pie (maybe), something for the anti-Monopoly set, a thriller about a CIA analyst penned by a CIA analyst, and more.

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Djinn and Dark Secrets Make "The City of Brass" Our #1 Debut of November

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.

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The Lore of "Lore"

Aaron Mahnke tells us about how his popular podcast began, the recent jump of "Lore" to books and TV, and whether he believes in ghosts.

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Rupi Kaur Breaks New Ground with "The Sun and Her Flowers"

Rupi Kaur, a worldwide poet phenomenon, speaks with us about her brand-new poetry book, the sun and her flowers, and the other projects that get her creative juices flowing.

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Strange Books to Get You Ready for "Stranger Things 2"

Five books to whet your appetite for more bloodthirsty creatures, more evil, and more kids to the rescue.

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Ten Years after "The Name of the Wind," Patrick Rothfuss Talks about What Brings Him Joy

We talk with Patrick Rothfuss about the ten years since "The Name of the Wind," working with Lin-Manuel Miranda on getting the Kingkiller Chronicles to the screen, and Rothfuss's legendary bear sanctuary.

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