A conversation with Karl Marlantes, author of "Deep River"

Talking to the celebrated author of Matterhorn about his new novel Deep River.

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Cheers to a new romantic comedy from Jasmine Guillory

An enemies-to-lovers story sparkles in Jasmine Guillory's latest rom-com, The Wedding Party.

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The best literature & fiction of 2019 so far

It's been an embarrassment of riches this half of the year--full of profound, entertaining, harrowing and moving novels (one or 20 of them just for you).

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What I’m reading on my summer vacation

Vacation reading is like no other reading.

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Elin Hilderbrand's summer reading picks

The queen of the summer read recommends three novels to bring with you on your next foray to the beach, park, or pool.

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"Life is not orderly and that's ok." Elizabeth Gilbert on "City of Girls"

Learn more about our favorite book of the year so far, a bawdy, big-hearted romp in 1940s New York...

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Best books of 2019 so far: "Mrs. Everything"

"I wanted to show that gay characters are just characters, and how, under our skin, women are more similar than we are different." How Jennifer Weiner's mother inspired her latest novel, a great read to commemorate Pride month (or any month for that matter).

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Weekend reading

With these books, our editors' summer solstice weekend will become one long reading party.

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Jennifer Weiner on "Mrs. Everything"

"It wasn't the book that I set out to write, but it’s the book that I had to write at this moment in time." And we're so glad she did. Learn more about one of our favorite books of June.

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Jean Kwok on "Searching for Sylvie Lee"

How well do we truly know our loved ones? Learn more about the smart literary thriller you want to read this summer...

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Tim Murphy: The books that brought me to Baghdad

Murphy explains what informed the writing of best of the month pick, Correspondents...

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The 2019 Amazon Canada First Novel Award winner

Casey Plett wins the Amazon Canada First Novel award for Little Fish.

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The many reconfigurations of "Rabbits for Food"

Binnie Kirshenbaum's latest follows a writer succumbing to crippling depression, who is then institutionalized. Hilarious, right?! Actually, it is. Here, Kirshenbaum describes her process for piecing a book together, including this acerbic literary treat.

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That's some catch, that Catch-22

Tonight marks the premiere of George Clooney's six-part adaptation of Joseph Heller's Catch-22. We revisit the book, and look at six descendants (or cousins) of Heller's mad, mad, mad, mad masterpiece.

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Best books of May: Literature and fiction

A lyrical, morally complex family saga; an uproarious and provocative work of satire; a sobering story set right after 9/11, and a heart-wrenching but hopeful yarn.

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