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I was born and raised in Washington, D.C. and was in the fourth grade when the schools were integrated after the Brown v
It's been a tough year — but a great one for books.
“The windows are dark in D.C./ Your staff huddles down to silently weep/ I’ll read you one last story from InfoWars/ If you promise you’ll then go to sleep.”
Author Naomi Alderman conceived of a world in which women wield all the power. What she really shows is how impossible that would be.
Read an excerpt from the beloved author's autobiography.
We must keep examining the crucial question of why Trump ever even had a chance.
HuffPost reporters dissect “What Happened," hitting all the ways sexism dragged Clinton, plus her food obsessions.
Crawford talks about abuse, what she hopes readers take away from her story, and her new projects.
Shake, Wiggle, & Roll by Carli Davidson, photographed by Carli Davidson "Will delight kids and caregivers alike. (Board book
A dialog between authors Alex Myers and Lisa Bunker about the challenges and advantages of being transgender writers.
"Read a fn' book."
Congratulations to Masha Gessen, Jesmyn Ward, Frank Bidart and Robyn Benway!
Fierce Kingdom by Gin Phillips "Poignant and profound, this adrenaline-fueled thriller will shatter readers like a bullet
Not all Nazi comparisons are accurate, but some absolutely are.
As the big-screen adaptation opens, Walls is finally comfortable revealing her past.
Kenneth Branagh's adaptation of Agatha Christie's whodunit has no steam.
Joey still has no idea she's the queen of dress-up while she sleeps.
That's right, boys: Narcissistic women can sell their souls to paintings too!
This has been the summer of nonfiction. I’ve read more nonfiction books than I have in a long while and I’ve had an influx