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  1. books
    Moira Donegan, Creator of Media Men List, Signs Book DealIt’s described as a “primer on sexual harassment and assault as lived experience and moral and political challenge for feminists.”
  2. book excerpt
    The Genderqueer Tale of “Take a Walk on the Wild Side”’s Jackie Curtis“I’m not a boy, not a girl — I’m just me, Jackie.”
  3. profile
    Sarah Perry Hopes the Monster From Her New Novel Is Watching Harvey WeinsteinThe British author talks about her gothic third novel, Melmoth, on a visit to some downtown Manhattan churches.
  4. one grand books
    Liz Phair’s 10 Favorite BooksJ.D. Salinger, Toni Morrison, and more.
  5. gifts they might actually want
    The Best Gifts for 9-Year-Olds, According to a Child PsychologistWe spoke to Dr. George Sachs about the best books, games, and toys for 9-year-olds.
  6. books
    Nigella Lawson on Food, Feminism, and Men in the KitchenHappy 20th anniversary to a ‘90s cookbook that didn’t intend to be feminist — but was, and still is.
  7. adaptations
    Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret to Be Adapted by Edge of Seventeen DirectorAnd just like that, you’re 13 again.
  8. reading lists
    The 10 Best Books on Productivity, According to People Who Get Things DoneWith strategies to help you quit social media, spend less time in the office, and decide what’s actually important.
  9. book excerpt
    How Chris Gethard Learned to Stop Trying to Fit In and Just Do His Own ThingAn excerpt from Gethard’s new book Lose Well.
  10. just asking
    Susan Orlean on the History and Surprisingly Bright Future of LibrariesAlong with book-burning, gender, and the L.A. Public Library, all in her new book The Library Book.
  11. book excerpt
    The Making (and Unmaking) of Paul’s BoutiqueThe Beastie Boys made a masterpiece. And then they were foiled by Donny Osmond.
  12. man booker prize
    Anna Burns’s Milkman Wins the Man Booker Prize for FictionThe novel is set during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
  13. must reads
    7 New Paperbacks You Should Read This OctoberBighearted romance, dystopian drama, and more.
  14. books
    Can a New Book on ‘Intuitionism’ Explain America’s Political Crisis?Enchanted America explores what makes certain voters believe conspiracy theories and ignore plain evidence.
  15. book excerpt
    Lin-Manuel Miranda Wrote a Poem Just for You“I wanted to wish you good morning.”
  16. women and power
    To Binky Urban, ‘Power’ Is a Male Word“Being dominant is not anything I care about. What I care about is being effective, being respected,” says the most powerful woman in book publishing.
  17. women and power
    To Binky Urban, ‘Power’ Is a Male Word“Being dominant is not anything I care about. What I care about is being effective, being respected,” says the most powerful woman in book publishing.
  18. must reads
    10 Great Horror Books for WimpsTitles you won’t have to have to hide in the freezer.
  19. good one podcast
    That Time Julia Roberts Taught Phoebe Robinson How to SwimIn this week’s Good One podcast, Phoebe Robinson reads from her new book Everything’s Trash, But It’s Okay and explains her writing process.
  20. books
    Tana French on The Witch Elm, #MeToo, and the Divisive Ending of In the Woods“Some people hate it and I don’t blame them for being annoyed with it.”
  21. book excerpt
    Ellie Kemper Is a Rooster and a WarriorAn excerpt all about SoulCycle from Kemper’s new book My Squirrel Days.
  22. just asking questions
    Exploring the Secret History of Trump’s WomenTrump and his “Queens,” as Nina Burleigh calls them in her new book, Golden Handcuffs, are a link to a different era.
  23. royal weddings
    This ‘Great Gatsby’ Reading at the Royal Wedding Was Extremely Dark“He smiled understandingly — much more than understandingly.”
  24. reconsideration
    Orlando Is the Virginia Woolf Novel We Need Right NowOn its 90th anniversary, a recognition of how Woolf’s parodic, fantastical faux-biography made it possible to imagine a world beyond gender.
  25. books
    Tana French’s New Novel Is Eerily Prescient About the Brett Kavanaugh HearingsThe Witch Elm is a brilliantly nuanced look at entitled men.
  26. book excerpt
    How Phoebe Robinson Hustled Her Way Out of $65,000 in DebtShe calls it the “seven‑year‑debt saga.”
  27. one grand books
    Kathy Bates’s 10 Favorite BooksHarper Lee, Tennessee Williams, and more.
  28. national book awards
    Here Are Your 2018 National Book Awards FinalistsPoet Terrance Hayes gets a second nod.
  29. lit parade
    Michael Lewis’s The Fifth Risk Breaks Through the Trump Book NoiseIn a stormy season of Trump exposés, Lewis’s explainer of government (dys)function earns the highest praise.
  30. book excerpt
    Eric Idle on the Enduring, Powerful Legacy of the Song He Wrote As a JokeHow Monty Python’s “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life” took on a life of its own.
  31. vulture lists
    Your Definitive Guide to All of Haruki Murakami’s BooksThe great, the good, the not so good, and those we’ll just pretend never happened.
  32. new york comic con 2018
    The Good Omens TV Show Was Terry Pratchett’s Last RequestNeil Gaiman says he did this one for his friend.
  33. new yorker festival
    Maggie Gyllenhaal Details Her Adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s The Lost DaughterShe doesn’t plan to act in the film.
  34. new york comic con 2018
    The Best Philip K. Dick Adaptations, According to His Daughter Isa Dick HackettIncluding Blade Runner, of course.
  35. must reads
    13 Great Horror Books Written by WomenNovels, short stories, and chills.
  36. adaptations
    James Baldwin Kept a List of His Dream Cast for a Beale Street MovieWith potential directors, too.
  37. one grand books
    Deborah Eisenberg’s 10 Favorite BooksJane Bowles, Isaac Babel, and more.
  38. habitats
    How Novelist John Wray Made His Brooklyn Brownstone Into a Writers’ ClubhouseThis Park Slope townhouse is a cross between an artists’ colony, a co-working space, and a frat house.
  39. legends
    Dracul Sets Out to Prove That Count Dracula Really LivedThe new book attempts to reconstruct the missing hundred pages of the original manuscript.
  40. must reads
    8 New Books You Should Read This OctoberGothic novels, big-deal biographies, and more.
  41. books
    Mystery Writer Tana French’s Tips for Crafting a Red HerringHow the author of In the Woods and The Witch Elm leads the reader down the wrong trail.
  42. q&a
    Michael Lewis on His New Book About Trump’s Wholesale Destruction of Government“No matter where I went in my mind, they said to me, ‘No, it’s worse.’”
  43. memoirs
    Monty Python Almost Never Aired and Other Stories From Eric Idle’s MemoirThis is filled with great stories.
  44. q&a
    ‘Phenomenal Levels of Denial and Arrogance’: Heidi Waleson on City Opera’s End“It was loony.”
  45. book excerpt
    How Hiring a Superstar Wrecked New York City OperaThe board thought Gerard Mortier would save the company. Instead, its promises to him doomed it.
  46. book review
    War, Drugs, and Other Extremes in the Post-Post-9/11 NovelTwo recent novels, Ohio and Waiting for Eden, try to keep pace with our state of permanent crisis.
  47. further reading
    The Books That Inspired Rebecca Traister’s Good and MadIncluding a surprise appearance by Andrea Dworkin, plus two books the author wishes she’d read before finishing her own.
  48. gallery
    A Photographer’s Dreamy Look at Chanel in ParisShe visited Coco Chanel’s favorite spots.
  49. books
    What Happens When an Adoptee Looks for AnswersThe Cut spoke to Nicole Chung about her debut memoir, All You Can Ever Know.
  50. last night on late night
    Stephen Colbert Made a Children’s Book Out of Trump’s Post-Hurricane CommentsAll proceeds will go to organizations that help hurricane victims in the Carolinas.
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