What does the master of the legal thriller read for fun? We asked John Grisham--author of the new book, Rogue Lawyer--for his top books of the year.
For today’s TowleREAD, we’ve got a special Thanksgiving reading featuring one of the most-anticipated books of the season, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Cunningham’s new book, A Wild Swan and Other Tales. One of this fall… Read The post Michael Cunningham Reads from His New Book ‘A Wild Swan and Other Tales’ – LISTEN appeared first on Towleroad.
One did not get the sense, from the 2008 presidential campaign, that Sarah Palin was much of a reader. Imagine our surprise, then, to find her ebullient review of Errol Morris' new book, "A Wilderness of Error: The Trials of Jeffrey MacDonald," which the former Alaska governor and...
Creative challenge is part of why we do what we do and my first co-writing experience has had its ups and downs, but overall, it’s been fantastic! Here are the two books that J. Thorn and I have written together – a dark fantasy thriller and a little book on how we did it, and […]
This special edition of The Glazov Gang was joined by Stephen Coughlin, the co-founder of UnconstrainedAnalytics.org and the author of the new book, Catastrophic Failure. He came on the show
It might seem an odd choice, but after reading Jon Savage’s new book, I think if I had a time… The post Everything you always wanted to know about Sixties pop —and more appeared first on The Spectator.
The New York-based artist shares his favorite tattoo stories in a new book.
Just one day ago, a new book came to my house: Thing Explainer by the writer of another book called What If. I've written about that other book here. This new book is an effort to help people understand all sorts of cool stuff about the world and how it works using simple words -- in fact, only a set of the ten hundred most used words. Show More Summary
Every week, The WorldPost asks an expert to shed light on a topic driving headlines around the world. Today, we speak with Corinne Purtill on her new book, "Ghosts in the Forest." In 2004, American journalist Corinne Purtill met with...Show More Summary
I interviewed Charles G. Koch about his fascinating new book Good Profit: How Creating Value for Others Built One of the World’s Most Successful Companies this Thanksgiving Eve: Audio: Transcript:
On this week’s episode of the PB / Polling Matters podcast Keiran discusses the 2016 US Presidential race with Democratic pollster and strategist Stan Greenberg. Stan talks about his new book ‘America Ascendant’ where he outlines the profound demographic and cultural changes that have taken place in the U.S. and why they make the Democrats […]
In Ms. Gavalda’s book, a woman obsesses about an unkempt man; Mr. Sada writes about twins who delight in confusing people; and Mr. Singleton conjures a backwater town with distinct characters.
Here we look mainly at bird books, but I wanted to also mention a couple of other items on non-birds. I’ve mixed in some new books along with a few other books that have come out over the last couple of years, but that are still very current, very amazing books, and since they have…
This morning, I did a little television, in what I thought would be a segment about my new book. (Plug plug plug!) It turned out to be about Ted Cruz and Iowa, which was fine. (My disclosure, written last summer.) While I’m on the subject — Ted, that is: I spotted something in an article about an event in Sioux City. Show More Summary
Are companies like Uber and Airbnb “taking major parts of our economy backwards to pre-New Deal conditions” as Steven Hill contends in his new book, Raw Deal: How the “Uber...
Think about your last breakup. How much did that suck? No matter how bad it was (or how many times you texted), your behavior was nowhere near as bad as any of the people in Jennifer Wright's new book, It Ended Badly: Thirteen of the Worst Breakups in History. Wright... More »
xkcd has launched a hoverboard browser game to celebrate the release of creator Randall Monroe‘s new book Thing Explainer: Complicated Stuff in Simple Words which we have covered previously. The book explains complex ideas using only the 1,000 most frequently used English words. Players move the stick figure riding a hoverboard using the arrow keys, but the world […]
The week that Paris was attacked, a team of economists and political scientists — Claire Adida, David Laitin, and Marie-Anne Valfort — published their new book “Why Muslim Integration Fails in Christian-Heritage Societies.” The Monkey Cage has featured their research before, but this is clearly an important moment to delve into the book’s broader argument. The authors […]
Marie Marley and Dr. Daniel C. Potts published a new book - Finding Joy in Alzheimer’s: New Hope for Caregivers. Check it out! Subscribe to the Alzheimer's Reading Room Email: The forward of the book was written by Maria Shriver.Here it is and excerpt:“Alzheimer’s” and “hope” aren’t usually words people put into the same sentence. Show More Summary
Pin it With rent hikes and new developments, lots of the local charm is disappearing from New York's neighborhoods. In James and Karla Murray's latest book, Store Front II: A History Preserved, we get a slice of those that have survived the real estate market and continue to persevere. READ MORE »