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  1. literature
    The Hottest Thing One’s Celebrity Crush Can DoEthan Hawke has written a book review for the New York Times.
  2. literature
    Here It Is, the Da Vinci Code of Divorce DramaThis lawsuit has everything: airport best sellers, extramarital affairs, and a $345,000 Friesian horse named “LimiTed Edition.”
  3. pride essentials
    Novelist Nicole Dennis-Benn on the Art That Shaped HerFrom Audre Lorde to The Real World.
  4. poetry
    Please Enjoy This Very Sultry Poetry ReadingAndrew Scott, a.k.a. the Hot Priest from Fleabag, is making poetry readings sexy again.
  5. top novel
    What Drama Will Jay Manuel Reveal in His ANTM Novel?The former America’s Next Top Model judge is writing a “metafictional” book about a man named Pablo Michaels, who works on a modeling reality show.
  6. celebrity
    This Is the Only Celebrity Livestream I Care AboutA bedtime story, courtesy of Gollum? Yes, please.
  7. literature
    Personal Essays EssayPlease, consider the genre with me.
  8. literature
    10 Hot Pictures of Shakespeare for His BirthdayHappy 456th to The Bard.
  9. culture
    What Does Jeanine Cummins Find Thrilling About the Border?American Dirt makes a romantic thriller out of a migration story, but I never could have done the same with mine.
  10. american dirt
    The American Dirt Book Tour Has Been Canceled Amid Intense BacklashJeanine Cummins’s publishers said there have been “safety” concerns.
  11. obituary
    Remembering Elizabeth Wurtzel, a Proudly Difficult Person“She had a tiny nuclear reactor where the rest of us have a breastbone.”
  12. elizabeth wurtzel
    Elizabeth Wurtzel Has Died at 52The iconic Prozac Nation writer died of complications from cancer.
  13. history lesson
    Emily Dickinson Didn’t Really Get High on Opium at a House Party, Right?It’s doubtful, but we asked a Dickinson scholar just to be sure.
  14. just be normal
    Is It Normal to Be This Hot?Sally Rooney’s hit novel Normal People is being adapted for TV. Here are the first images.
  15. deaths
    Literary Critic Harold Bloom Dead at 89He taught his last class at Yale last week.
  16. literature
    The Celebs Are Reading AgainKendall Jenner interprets Miranda July for us.
  17. first person
    Yearning for a Blessing From Toni MorrisonWorking with her at Princeton, I was always awestruck by her presence.
  18. remembrances
    What I Learned As Toni Morrison’s Personal AssistantToni taught me, “if you have some power, then your job is to empower somebody else.”
  19. rest in power
    8 Women Writers on What Toni Morrison Meant to ThemMaya Angelou, Tayari Jones, Angela Davis, and more on the powerful influence of Morrison’s work.
  20. rest in power
    The Most Moving Tributes to Toni Morrison From Stacey Abrams, Beyoncé and MoreAfter news broke that the luminary had died at 88, tributes began pouring in on social media.
  21. moby dick
    This New Version of Moby Dick Leaves a Lot to Be DesiredIt includes Donald Trump.
  22. literature
    You Get Oprah’s New Book Club, and You Get Oprah’s New Book ClubThanks, Apple TV+.
  23. memoirs
    I Tried to Be Virginia Woolf. A Brilliant New Memoir Comes Closer.Katharine Smyth’s All the Lives We Ever Lived is both a literary tribute and a powerful debut of its own.
  24. books
    Publishers Weekly Has Acquired the MillionsIt was one of the last independent book blogs.
  25. literature
    Here’s the Worst Thing a Man Wrote About Sex This YearCongratulations to the winner of the Bad Sex in Fiction award.
  26. literature
    9 Terrible Sentences Men Wrote About Sex This Year“Slowly chugging my organ as a boa constrictor swallows its prey.”
  27. science of us
    Reading Fiction Makes You a Little NicerSave the publishing industry and save yourself.
  28. books
    Here’s the List of This Year’s National Book Award WinnersIt includes a few surprises and the return of the Translated Literature category.
  29. but their emails
    Natalie Portman and Jonathan Safran Foer Acknowledge That They Are PretentiousReflecting back on the email chain heard ‘round the world.
  30. sexual assualt
    Nobel Scandal: French Photographer Faces Two Charges of RapeJean-Claude Arnault has been at the center of a sex-abuse scandal that has rocked the Nobel literature community.
  31. rip
    Here’s How People Are Remembering Philip RothHow have plaudits of the great American novelists been tempered by acknowledgment of his misogyny?
  32. Tom Wolfe Has Died at 88The pioneering author and New Journalist died Monday in a Manhattan hospital.
  33. #metoo
    Nobel Prize in Literature Will Not Be Awarded Due to Sexual Abuse AllegationsIt’s the first time since World War II they’ve postponed giving the award.
  34. q&a
    The Perfect Nanny Author on Why We Can’t Look Away From Domestic Horror StoriesPerfect Nanny author Leïla Slimani on the difference between French and American mothers — and why she’s not watching the New York nanny trial.
  35. the literary world
    The Paris Review Has Finally Found a New EditorTo replace disgraced former editor Lorin Stein.
  36. Long Works of Literature Made Shorter—and Better—with the Addition of […] Atlas Shrugged “Who is John Galt?” The light was ebbing, and Eddie Willers could not distinguish the bum’s face. The bum had said it simply, […]
  37. books
    I Am So Jealous of Tavi Gevinson’s Custom Secret History JacketInspired by the cult novel by Donna Tartt.
  38. The Best Comedy Books of 2017 Do you like volumes of comic essays that you’ll end up reading entirely in one sitting? How about amusingly embarrassing memoirs, […]
  39. gift guide 2017
    11 Great Books to Give As GiftsRead with us.
  40. cat person mania
    ‘Cat Person’ Author’s Book of Short Stories Is Coming SoonIt’s a short-story collection called You Know You Want This.
  41. longreads
    15 Great Books by Women We Read This YearA big year for female writers.
  42. literature
    What I Learned After Lorin Stein Published My StoryA lesson in power, sex, and fiction.
  43. literature
    Why a Short Story About a Terrible Date Went ViralThe New Yorker’s “Cat Person” shows how complicated bad sex really is.
  44. legal drama
    Ex-Weinstein Lawyer Has History of Using Women’s Sexuality Against ThemA plagiarism lawsuit against The Girls novelist Emma Cline took an ugly turn.
  45. tributes
    I Wish This Tribute to Oscar Wilde Could Remain in New York ForeverThis enchanted mise-en-scène is devoted to Wilde’s tragic last chapter: his trial and imprisonment for homosexuality, followed by his death in exile.
  46. Elena Ferrante Is Working on Something NewFinally, some good news.
  47. A Pairing Menu for Works of Postmodern Literature and Appropriate […] The paranoia-inducing The Crying of Lot 49 by Thomas Pynchon is best paired with a room temperature watermelon wine cooler, which should […]
  48. profiles
    What Would Sarah Polley Do?The unorthodox film heroine’s 20-year journey to Alias Grace.
  49. literature
    Kazuo Ishiguro Is Sorry Margaret Atwood Didn’t Win the Nobel Prize“I apologize to Margaret Atwood that it’s not her getting this prize.”
  50. sick burns
    The All-Time Best Burns of New York Times Book Reviewer Michiko KakutaniThe legendary New York Times book critic made a lot of enemies during her 38-year tenure.
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