The co-author of Lynch's fascinating blend of biography and memoir talks to us about the book, working the the unconventional director, and other Lynchian things.Read more
Since 1846, the Associated Press has been bringing us news from around the world. They also do some excellent travel writing.
On December 6, 1969, 300,000 fans converged for "Woodstock West," a free concert at the Altamont Speedway outside of San Francisco, featuring Jefferson Airplane, the Rolling Stones, and more. The Hells Angels provided security—in exchange for free beer. Everything went wrong.
Just a Shot Away author Saul Austerlitz runs down the cast of characters involved in the event commonly described as "the death of the '60s."Read more
How different are the three Most Read fiction and the three Most Read nonfiction books of summer 2017 from what people are reading this summer?Read more
Ever wanted to join the circus? Tessa Fontaine, the author of The Electric Woman, on an unexpected occupational hazard....Read more
The miles will fly by with these entertaining listens everyone in the car will love.Read more
Including a memento mori for a generation of music icons, the career and creative secrets of two pioneering artists, and the secret, debauched lives of panda bears.Read more
Clever and informative, Kirk Wallace Johnson's tale of the strangest museum heist you've never heard of is number three on our list of the best books of 2018 so far. Here's our interview with Johnson, originally published on May 9, 2018.Read more
Including a weighty—and timely—document on one of our most divisive arguments, a fascinating behind-the-scenes peek at carnival life, and the journey of a magician that's wonderfully grounded in the real world.Read more