8 Books You Need to Read This September
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“It’s neither fiction nor nonfiction, but a flickering between them.”
Roxane Gay, Amy Bloom, and more.
The iconic 88-year-old author is involved in a messy tussle over a new biography. Does this mean she'll never tell her own story?
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The dog-shooting subplot, axing the tree, and other changes he signed off on.
The tragicomic novelist behind the Oscar-nominated films Election and Little Children tries TV.
"A loya jirga for book people" was convened last night to look for answers.
Icelandic comedian Jon Gnarr was elected on a platform that called for free towels at public pools — but was only the third Reykjavik mayor in 20 years to finish out his term.
It all started with Election.
Meet the star of Boyhood.
From Zhivago to Salinger.
David Mitchell, Lena Dunham, and more.
There were lots of kids, movie stars, and long lines at the book industry's Comic Con.
The author calls out Jeff Bezos's empire and gets a standing ovation.
BookCon is an attempt to draw fans, but will they actually buy books?
“There is this kind of aura around it that is very strange."
Library president Tony Marx talks about the controversial renovations and the future of the NYPL.
They've received 15,000 applications, and accidentally started America’s Next Top Novelist.
Explaining Capital in the Twenty-First Century in short, TV-friendly snippets isn't easy.