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  • Yiyun Li: Writer's Writer, Reader’s Writer

    The author's latest novel is inspired by a little-known 20th-century French teenage novelist who, it turns out, was more charlatan than prodigy.

  • Asaf Hanuka Goes Beyond Real

    'The Realist: Last Day on Earth' and 'I’m Still Alive' Showcase the Cutting Edge of Nonfiction Comics

  • George Saunders Writes Through the Darkness

    The formidable American speculativist channels these high-anxiety times in 'Liberation Day,' his darkest collection yet.

  • Writers to Watch: Fall 2022 Nonfiction Debuts

    From an examination of the ravages of Jim Crow to a meditation on the idea of happiness, this fall’s noteworthy nonfiction debuts span the range of human experience.

  • Debbie Macomber, Queen of Hearts

    The author, who overcame dyslexia to become a force in women’s fiction, is poised to publish her 25th Christmas novel in 25 years.

  • Noah Van Sciver: A Machine of Empathy

    This month cartoonist Noah Van Sciver released two new works: ‘Joseph Smith and the Mormons’ (Abrams ComicArts), a graphic biography of the Mormon church founder; and ‘As a Cartoonist’ (Fantagraphics), a collection of short autobiographical comics.

  • Sara Farizan: Writing for Her Inner Kid

    The critically acclaimed author of three character driven coming-of-age YA novels, including the Lambda Literary Award–winning 'If You Could Be Mine,' branches off in new directions in two upcoming releases.

  • Hail to the Chef, Jacques Pépin

    Decades and more than 30 cookbooks into an illustrious career, the dean of cooking isn’t slowing down.

  • Buzz Bissinger Is Back at the Bowl Game

    With 'The Mosquito Bowl,' the 'Friday Night Lights' author returns to the subject that made him famous: football.

  • Writers to Watch Fall 2022

    With settings ranging from a Sydney suburb to a Harlem apartment complex, this fall’s inventive fiction debuts have a lot to offer.

  • Helena Andrews-Dyer's Mother ­­­­Lode Memoir

    'Washington Post' reporter Helena Andrews-Dyer tackles race and parenting in her new memoir.

  • Author William MacAskill on 'What We Owe the Future'

    Planning for the future can feel insurmountable in the face of looming present-day challenges, but in 'What We Owe the Future' (Basic Books, Aug.), philosopher and author William MacAskill advocates for longtermism, a view that suggests that looking to the health of our future civilization and shared planet is not only imperative for generations of people to come but also can positively impact the present. (Sponsored)

  • Emiko Jean's Labor of Love

    The author's adult fiction debut, 'Mika in Real Life,' tackles the joys and pains of motherhood.

  • Jessie Burton's Move from Stage to Page

    After pivoting from acting to writing, the author found success with 'The Miniaturist.' Its follow-up, 'The House of Fortune,' arrives just as she’s coming to grips with another big change: motherhood.

  • Ideas Worth Fighting For: Spotlight on Robert W. Sweet

    In his new book, 'Life Fighting: Why We Must Sometimes Fight and How to Do So Well,' author Robert W. Sweet sets out to answer the thorny question: Is it always wrong to use force to achieve a goal?

  • Dan Fesperman Goes Abroad in a New Thriller

    In 'Winter Work,' set in Berlin just after the wall comes down, change is the most frightening enemy.

  • Ruth Ware Is Back with a New Murder Mystery

    A woman investigates her friend’s murder in Ruth Ware’s seventh psychological crime thriller.

  • Writing for Readers of All Ages: Spotlight on Emunah La-Paz

    With a romance series, a memoir, and a picture book, the versatile author leverages social media to grow her fan base and interact with readers.

  • Anthony Marra Takes a Walk of Fame

    In his new novel, 'Mercury Pictures Presents,' the author explores Hollywood’s golden age.

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