Favorite books of S.A. Cosby, author of "Blacktop Wasteland," feature richly developed characters and reflect how Black lives are affected by systemic racism.
Debra Jo Immergut has constructed her tale as an ingenious maze.
This makes Colson Whitehead the youngest recipient of the honour. Previous winners include Toni Morrison, Denis Johnson among others
A chorus of voices about one of the countrys most prominent Indigenous activists is a glorious kaleidoscope of personal testimony
Brad Watson also taught in Mississippi, Alabama, at Harvard, and in Wyoming.
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Daniel Mendelsohn discusses Mitchells career and new novel, Utopia Avenue, and Maria Konnikova talks about The Biggest Bluff.
During a conversation as sprawling and multilayered as one of his novels, he talks with Simon Houpt about his latest, Utopia Avenue
No one wants to make the Great White Male Novelist extinct - they just want more diversity in publishing, says Guardian columnist Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett
The novelist's new book is a sprawling, immersive account of the British and U.S. music scene of 1967 and 1968.
Eco-fiction to help you rethink your role in the climate crisis.
Friday: Covid-19 infections have doubled in the past six weeks, World Health Organization warns. Plus, $1m grant to help develop electric flying car
Young detectives hatch a secret plan to find a missing 11-year-old.
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German conglomerate Bertelsmann's U.K. content businesses have joined hands for new podcast outfit Storyglass.
A Song of India is a story from that year in his life when he found his true calling to be a writer at the age of sixteen," Sohini Mitra, publisher, Penguin Random House India was quoted as saying.
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"SNL" star Colin Jost opens up in his new memoir "A Very Punchable Face," and David Mitchell visits the golden age of rock in "Utopia Avenue."
NONFICTION: Cree poet Billy-Ray Belcourt rewrites narratives of LGBTQ Indigenous life through images drawn from his own experiences.
I picked up a copy of The Hobbit for 50p and started reading it on the train to work. Then a colleague said it might be worth something
Lana Del Rey will debut a book of poetry titled, 'Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass,' Simon & Schuster announced Thursday.
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Harriet Walkers debut novel takes on cutthroat magazine culture, the perils of maternity leave, and tricky relationships online and off.
The City We Became and Vagabonds made waves. Next up: Susanna Clarkes Piranesi.
Technology and politics all figure in these latest titles, and they might just help us save the world
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The author discusses her novella Many a Little Makes.
Paul Tremblay's new novel, about a viral outbreak that locks down New England, hits close to home. Taking place over just a few hours, it's both a zombie horror tale and a focused, personal drama.
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These are difficult timeseconomically and in all other dimensions of our lives. When a job opportunity does come our way, we can maximize our chances of success by preparing to make meaningful, lasting connections with hiring managers.
HBO Max now has the entirety of J.G. Quintel's animated family sitcom Close Enough available to stream, we're just waiting for it to do something unique.
In "Utopia Avenue," the giant, brilliant multi-novel Mitchellverse alights in swinging-60s London with a winking rock homage.
After issues at the comics non-profit have re-surfaced
From Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, and Fco Plascencia
The DC encyclopedia gets a long-awaited omnibus next year
Zatanna helps foil an evil plot in 'Weird Science' I can't say I have read any of the DC Superhero Girls comics before. I did get to watch one of the A science fair is coming up at school in 'Weird Science' and as Zatanna tries to help her friends out she will learn a good lesson
Peter Milligan offers an update on his planned X-Cellent series with Mike Allred
But when are they starting back up?
Stargirl actor Neil Jackson talks about playing the supervillain Icicle, the look of the character, joining the 'Arrow-'verse, and more.
"It's now time to embrace all of it, and make continuity celebratory, conclusive, more united, and connected."
Jacky Johnson, the acclaimed all-ages comic book hero that debuted in 2017s 'Jupiter Jet Vol. 1,' will rocket back to readers this fall in a second volume from independent publisher Action Lab Comics, 'Jupiter Jet and the Forgotten Radio.'
Bat-Damian trades in the Batmobile for Wonder Woman's ride
Assassins Creed Valhalla: Song of Glory sets up gamers; Cursed takes fans behind the scenes.
Its a worthwhile question.
NEW YORK (AP) Bari Weiss, an opinion editor at The New York Times, quit her job on Tuesday with a public resignation letter that alleged harassment and a hostile...
Conservative columnist Andrew Sullivan announced his resignation from New York magazine on Tuesdayamid ongoing controversy surrounding free speech and viewpoint diversity at major publications.
Prominent conservative commentator Andrew Sullivan announced Tuesday that he will move on from New York magazine at week's end on the heels of Bari Weiss' abrupt resignation from The New York Times' opinion section.
In a letter posted online Tuesday, she cites bullying by colleagues and an illiberal environment.
Bari Weiss' New York Times resignation letter
Twitter, she wrote, is the papers ultimate editor. Says a former colleague: I will be watching to see if Bari Weiss ever achieves something that matches the exalted view she has of herself.
Money as we know it today is intimately related to our identity as discrete and separate selves, as well as to the destruction that our separation has wrought.
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The actress delivered commencement remarks as part of a Point Honors gala program that also featured Judith Light, Don Lemon, Steven Canals and Tamron Hall, among others.
Email to staff says Lavelles editorship returned the Age to a position of strength, but gives no reason for his departure
Thanks to the donation, the restaurant owner was also able to feed healthcare workers on the front lines.
New York TimescolumnistBret Stephens blasted his own papers decision to disavow Senator Tom Cottons recentop-edabout theGeorge Floydunrest as an invitation to intellectual cowardice.
In writing an allegory that is barely an allegory and a trilogy of novels that are often not novels, Coetzee appears to have made his own literary displacement total.
The London-set novel focuses on four musicians trying to make it big.
The newest novel from the author of The Secret River is an imagined diary, detailing the 'true' story of Elizabeth Macarthur.
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Tsunenos life was not heroicbut Amy Stanleys patient reconstruction of it is
Utopia Avenue, by the British master of intricate literary puzzles, features a band on the make, lots of inside jokes and references to the authors previous works.
With all these authors, the imprisoning apprehension of the dangers lurking behind every action only heightens the yearning for a free, full life. The tiniest misstep can have tragic consequences, we hear in Philip Roths Indignation; A brief glance in the wrong direction could toss his existence over a cliff, we are told in Jhumpa Lahiris story A Choice of Accommodations. Perhaps this is why these authors are unbeatable for erotic intensity. Nobody hears the sirens sing so sweetly and ruinously.
A review of 'Here We Are: My Friendship with Philip Roth,' by Benjamin Taylor.
Her debut novel Hurricane Season burrows into the circumstances of a small-town murder and what it says about a society that disregards femicide.
Money saving expert Martin Lewis and his wife Lara Lewington enjoyed a rare date night together. The couple have been married since 2009
As the pandemic has raged on, popular culture has found new ways to ask an old question: What could have been instead?
Charlie Kaufman is the acclaimed screenwriter behind surrealist movies like Being John Malkovich; Adaptation; Synecdoche, New York; andEternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. My favorite bizarrely wonderful story about him which, in a way, is kind of a synecdoche for his entire oeuvre of work, which is also something I learned about through his…