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11 Books We’re Reading Right Now
Our picks for the month of July.
By The Cut
The Girls Misses What’s Truly Scary About the Manson Story
The book chooses imaginary girlhood innocence over real vulnerability.
By Alexandra Molotkow
20 Fun Fiction Books to Read at the Beach, As Chosen by Authors
Handpicked by Alexander Chee, Jenny Han, and J. Courtney Sullivan.
By Maris Kreizman
Exclusive Excerpt: David Shapiro’s Streetwear Odyssey Supremacist
An epic journey to every Supreme outlet on earth.
By David Shapiro
Can Short Stories Still Shock?
Modes once heralded as avant-garde now linger among the array of strategies available to any writer.
By Christian Lorentzen
An Unfinished J.R.R. Tolkien Tale, The Story of Kullervo, Is on Its Way [Updated]
Stateside publication is set for April 2016.
By Sean Fitz-Gerald
Everybody Is Wrong About Candace Bushnell
If you think her new book is about Sex and the City, "you're just cray-cray.”
By Maureen O'Connor
Can Where the Wild Things Are Teach Kids Empathy?
The larger life lessons of picture books.
By Melissa Dahl
The Nominees for Worst Sex in a Novel in 2013
By Maggie Lange
Read an Excerpt From Prada’s New International Literary Journal
Every short story features eye glasses.
By Julie Ma
At Home With Claire Messud and James Wood, the First Couple of American Fiction
On the eve of the publication of Messud's new book, she can’t shake the feeling she’s still an outsider.
By Boris Kachka
Meet Bill Spence, Romance-Novel-Writing Grandpa
By Kat Stoeffel
Natalie Portman Moves to Paris: An Erotic Thriller in the Key of Black Swan
Our resident romance novelist rewrites the tabloids.
By Amelia Casey
Australian Library Plans to Move Lance Armstrong Books to the ‘Fiction’ Section
Sydney's Manly Library is not messing around.
By Delia Paunescu
Cast Out of the Chateau Marmont: An Erotic Lindsay Lohan Odyssey
Our resident romance novelist rewrites Lindsay's latest travail.
By Amelia Casey
Jennifer Egan’s New Yorker Story Will Be Serialized on Twitter Over Ten Nights
All 8,500 words of it.
By Zach Dionne
Fifteen ‘Men’s Fiction’ Titles Forthcoming From Esquire’s New E-book Publishing Venture
So manly. So fictional.
By Noreen Malone
How The New Yorker ‘20 Under 40’ Is Like a Highbrow, Literary American Idol
Simon Cowell is not involved.
By Willa Paskin
Read the Short Story James Franco Wrote for Esquire
"Me and Joe, we just sit."
By Edith Zimmerman