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  1. books
    Elin Hilderbrand Doesn’t Mind That You Call Her Books ‘Beach Reads’“I was not the most talented person at Iowa, not by a long shot. But I could get shit done.”
  2. culture
    Nicholas Sparks Says He’s Sorry for Those Anti-LGBTQ EmailsHe says the emails in which he attempted to bar an LGBTQ club at his private school were written “in haste.”
  3. pride month
    Nicholas Sparks Declares Himself ‘Supporter’ of LGBTQ Rights After Controversy“Ironically, as a writer I should have understood the power and enduring nature of my words.”
  4. books
    Put on Your Mockingjay Pins: A Hunger Games Prequel Is ComingSuzanne Collins announced her return to the series.
  5. literary lunch
    Taffy Brodesser-Akner and Tom Perrotta Wrote Books About the Opposite Gender“I don’t think it’s a very useful rule for novels: ‘This is a woman’s story, so a woman should write it.’”
  6. reading lists
    The 6 Best LSAT Prep Books, According to Tutors and LawyersIncluding textbook-style prep books, practice tests, and specific books to prep for the test’s three sections.
  7. cringe
    Naomi Wolf’s Nightmare Continues ApaceHer publisher pushed back the release date after “new questions” arose about the contentious book.
  8. the grub street diet
    Author Taffy Brodesser-Akner Loves a Good Breakfast Salad“It makes me feel like a million bucks.”
  9. books
    Nicholas Sparks Didn’t Want an LGBTQ Club at His Private SchoolThe author is denying the claims.
  10. books
    Linda Fairstein Jumps Into a Debate About Linda Fairstein on Authors Guild Site“I seem to remember that Salman Rushdie’s publisher stayed with him through a FATWA.”
  11. printed matter
    42 of the Year’s Most Giftable Coffee-table BooksWhether they’re into Bruce Springsteen, the Bauhaus, or living off the grid.
  12. books
    A Walking Tour, Circa 1860, With the City’s Last PirateRich Cohen takes us through Albert Hicks’s New York, complete with a sack of stolen money and a trip to the gallows.
  13. bookselling blues
    Barnes & Noble’s Wild Ride: A TimelineHow the chain, bought last week by a hedge fund, went from indie darling to publishing’s Darth Vader and back.
  14. lawsuits
    The Story of the Woman Who Shamed the Transit Worker Is Getting MessierNatasha Tynes is suing Rare Bird Books for $13.4 million for “extreme emotional distress.”
  15. books
    Revisiting Larry Sanders’s Late-Night Host ConfessionsThe fictional autobiography is a pure distillation of Garry Shandling’s humor.
  16. the plaza
    Death, Dogs, and Eloise Made the Plaza Hotel What It Is TodayJulie Satow’s new book chronicles the history of one of New York’s landmarks.
  17. crime
    Emily Doe, the Woman Brock Turner Assaulted, Is Writing a MemoirThe Stanford rape survivor will “share her experience in emotional, honest and eloquent detail.”
  18. music
    Debbie Harry Gave a Surprise, Somber Reading From Her Unpublished MemoirFace It will be available for purchase in October.
  19. best of 2019
    The Best Books of 2019 (So Far)Bowlaway, American Spy, and other standout books from the year.
  20. pop occulture
    Meet Pam Grossman, the Terry Gross of WitchesThe podcast host and author discusses her new book, “pop occulture,” and dating muggles.
  21. must reads
    7 New Books You Should Read This JuneJames Ellroy, Lauren Mechling, Ocean Vuong, and more.
  22. r kelly
    8 Disturbing R. Kelly Revelations Detailed in New BookIncluding harrowing details from the Aaliyah annulment and infamous “pee tape,” plus why the current Chicago case might fall apart.
  23. profile
    Kristen Arnett, Queer Meme Master, Does Not Want to Explain Ravioli to YouThe internet’s favorite librarian talks about her debut novel, Mostly Dead Things.
  24. profiles
    Whose Story Will Sandi Tan Tell Next?The Idiot seemed like an “unadaptable” book. But after Shirkers, is there anything the director can’t do?
  25. r kelly
    R. Kelly Reporter Jim DeRogatis Never Wants to Hear Another ‘Pee Tape’ Joke“To see it reduced to a joke when you have this 14-year-old being violated …”
  26. culture
    I Can’t Stop Thinking About Donna Tartt’s Dorm-Room Martini Hours“She was wearing a black brocade skirt-suit and high heels and smoking from a long, slender cigarette holder.”
  27. yikes
    The 21 Wildest Celebrity Stories From Moby’s Controversial Tell-all MemoirThe Natalie Portman and Lana Del Rey controversies are just the tip of the iceberg from the book sinking Moby’s career once again.
  28. book review
    Elizabeth Gilbert’s New Novel Is All Sex, No DriveCity of Girls fails in its mission to make a liberated 1940s glamour girl compelling.
  29. weinstein books
    Ronan Farrow’s Weinstein Book Will Be Personal, He Says in Surprise AppearancePopping into a BookExpo lunch, he talked about “some of the low points I’m now reliving.”
  30. tv orders
    Hulu Is Making the Inevitable Sally Rooney TV Show With Normal PeopleStarring newcomers Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal.
  31. packing light
    What Is a Beach Read, and Why?The anatomy of a marketing concept, plus lots of new summer favorites.
  32. books
    The Book Stand That Sells Only Signed Philip Roth NovelsThe late author signed hundreds and hundreds of them for his friend Enrico Adelman to sell.
  33. cancellations
    Moby Reads the Room and Cancels His Book Tour“I’m going to go away for awhile.”
  34. cancellations
    Moby Reads the Room and Cancels His Book Tour“I’m going to go away for awhile.”
  35. jonas brothers
    Apparently It Takes Three Jonas Brothers to Write One MemoirWill all three narrate the audiobook?
  36. book excerpt
    The John Candy Joke That Still Makes Steve Martin CryAn excerpt from the new book Wild and Crazy Guys.
  37. kids
    Does This Children’s Book Spark Joy?Marie Kondo’s new book will teach kids how to “tidy” and “embrace joy.”
  38. whoops
    Here’s an Actual Nightmare: Naomi Wolf Learning On-Air That Her Book Is WrongSomewhere in the pantheon of anxiety dreams near “showing up to work naked” is “learning on-air that your book is totally wrong.”
  39. whoops
    Here’s an Actual Nightmare: Naomi Wolf Learning On-Air That Her Book Is WrongSomewhere in the pantheon of anxiety dreams near “showing up to work naked” is “learning on-air that your book is totally wrong.”
  40. books
    Grace Coddington Illustrates the Life of Marc JacobsFor a whimsical new book.
  41. summer preview
    12 Books We Can’t Wait to Read This SummerColson Whitehead, Jia Tolentino, Raphael Bob-Waksberg, and more.
  42. reading lists
    The 16 Best Books About Dealing With Grief, According to PsychologistsCulled from the recommendations of 18 grief specialists.
  43. trilogies
    Hilary Mantel Will Release Her Final Thomas Cromwell Novel in 2020Start queuing up for The Mirror and the Light.
  44. adaptations
    Catch-22’s Biggest Changes From Page to ScreenThe creators behind Hulu’s new miniseries make some bold choices in condensing Joseph Heller’s 450-page satirical novel into six installments.
  45. game of thrones
    George R.R. Martin: ASOIAF’s Ending Will Be Similar and Different From GOT’s“The same ending as the show? Different? Well … yes. And no. And yes. And no.”
  46. dragon shows
    Stephen King’s The Eyes of the Dragon Is Coming to HuluHulu has heard your GOT lamentations, and it wants to help.
  47. parties!
    A Surprise Book Party on the G TrainHosted by the woman behind Subway Book Review, an Instagram account for booklovers.
  48. one grand books
    Elif Shafak’s 10 Favorite BooksVirginia Woolf, James Baldwin, and more.
  49. hollywood
    Public Nudity, Near Deaths, and Other Wild Tales from Chateau MarmontHighlights from a new tell-all.
  50. literary lions
    Herman Wouk, 1915 to 2019The author of The Caine Mutiny and Marjorie Morningstar died today at 103.
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