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If you haven’t yet checked out these five debuts, consider this an invitation.
Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng "With her second novel, Ng further proves she's a sensitive, insightful writer with
As an artist, my best way to resist is to publicly express my most vulnerable and true self through drawings and stories.
Sovereign by April Daniels "Daniels doesn't just perfectly "queer the capes," she delivers a book that's tightly packed with
I realized I was gay when I was 10. I did not know how to deal with it. There was nothing I could do. The feeling that I
My late teacher and mentor Elie Wiesel once explained that, “In my tradition we have the expression ‘to be like a bow.’ You
Twenty years later, "Harry Potter" and its spin-offs are still making big money.
Best of luck, parents!
By Mark Canada, Indiana University The world knows Henry David Thoreau as a writer whose perspectives on nature and society
"Insecure" director Melina Matsoukas will helm the series.
See a scene from the new movie based on the Tony-nominated play "Blackbird."
An unpublished author's lawsuit against "The Art of Fielding" writer Chad Harbach has gone public, but his day in court is yet to come.
An artless and inauthentic memoir, written by the absence of Clinton.
'Everything Is MAMA' hits shelves in October.
The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea "An elegant narrative braced by a fierce, sobering environmental conviction." A sweeping
"I have seen on Twitter [...] people have a feeling at 9 a.m. quite strongly, and then by 11 have been shouted out of it," the author said. "That part, I find really unfortunate."
The MPAA cited "thematic elements" in its rating decision for So B. It.
Clinton’s thesis, reduced to its barest essence, seems to be that mistakes were made -- by everyone but candidate Clinton.
The language of 2017 is a depressing reminder of how bad things are.
With help from a few of my fellow commentators.