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  • Pop Culture: New Parenting Books 2020

    What does it mean to be a father, or to parent boys and young men, in the 21st century?

  • Hi, Anxiety: New Parenting Books 2020

    Forthcoming titles offer advice for navigating the fear and unpredictability of modern parenthood.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Literary Fiction

    This spring’s fiction is headlined by family stories, debuts, and highly anticipated novels from the likes of Hilary Mantel and Elena Ferrante.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Memoirs & Biographies

    Biographies highlight an American artist, novelist, singer, and two founding fathers; memoirists, meanwhile, explore gender identity, uncover dark family secrets, and search for great meals.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Politics & Current Events

    Spring delivers exposés of the NRA and the religious right, portraits of the American immigrant experience, inquiries into financial industry malfeasance, celebrations of LGBTQ advances, and ideas for bridging the partisan divide.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Romance & Erotica

    Rom-coms delve into the awkward realities of dating apps and social media, while historicals pit norm-bucking heroines against the constraints of their time.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Science

    Birding, genetic testing, and science’s battle against disease are among this season’s hot topics. Authors also consider the nature of time, humanity’s impact on the planet, and what the search for extraterrestrials says about life on Earth.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: SF, Fantasy & Horror

    Dystopias, alternate histories, and epic fantasies turn the spotlight on politics, gender, race, and revolution.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Mysteries & Thrillers

    Stephanie Wrobel’s debut is notable for its original take on mother-daughter conflict, but other authors this season, including Lauren Beukes, Jess Kidd, and Matt Ruff, deliver books with fresh, arresting premises.

  • Adult Books for Spring 2020

    As we turn the page and start thinking of spring, our editors have chosen 850 books for adults publishing between February and July that you’re going to want to put on your radar.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Art, Architecture & Photography

    The Earth, social justice, fashion, and underrepresented artists are the subject of many of next season’s offerings.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Poetry

    Formally diverse and often genre bending, this season’s collections turn to the past, myth, and travel to offer imaginative, psychologically rich depictions of the present.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Business & Economics

    The warts of capitalism are on display in a number of the big business books set to be released in spring 2020. The critiques range from systemic problems to examinations of individual instances where things went wrong.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Comics & Graphic Novels

    Politics dominates spring’s comics offerings, with journalism and memoirs from established names including Derf Backderf, Joe Sacco, Leslie Stein, and Adrian Tomine.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Cooking & Food

    This spring sees more titles on the increasingly popular cuisines of Korea and Palestine, as well as those of two underexamined European regions, and two New York Times food writers come out with cookbooks of their own.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Essays & Literary Criticism

    The season will see past masters celebrated and the trade secrets of contemporary writers revealed. Other titles will track authors’ lives through their letters and survey the literary footprints left by different cultures.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: History

    From global exploration in the year 1000 to the end of the Gilded Age and Winston Churchill’s dauntless leadership during the blitz, the spring’s notable histories look to the past for insights and inspiration that resonate today.

  • Spring 2020 Announcements: Lifestyle

    Many books this season promote natural remedies to address unhealthy eating habits, out-of-control consumerism, and the rise of hormone-related disease. Oh, and Marie Kondo is back.

  • Clash of the Titans: Business Books 2019-2020

    Forthcoming narratives about businesses new and old offer a window onto each company’s history as well as the social and economic contexts out of which they arose and which they in turn have influenced.

  • Gain Through Pain: Business Books 2019-2020

    For many, the experience of feeling marginalized or underestimated in the workplace is a daily reality.

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