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  • Wise Voices Past and Present: Mind, Body, Spirit Books 2021

    This fall and spring, the mind-body-spirit bookshelves will include ancient texts and renowned—even controversial—modern teachers and writers.

  • Look Up, Look Inward, with Astrology: Mind, Body, Spirit Books 2021

    Books that guide interpretation of the meaning and movements of heavenly bodies are a staple of the mind-body-spirit category.

  • Magic and MBS Go Hand-in-Hand: Mind, Body, Spirit Books 2021

    Titles from pagans, shamans, and witches abound in the coming 12 months, meeting readers’ fascination with inexplicable powers, spells, rituals, and shields from harm.

  • Books to Heal, Energize, and Enchant: Mind, Body, Spirit Books 2021

    Mind-body-spirit titles feature encouragement, inspiration, and, in many cases, a touch of magic.

  • Shedding Excess Baggage: Travel Books 2021

    New guidebooks and narrative nonfiction spell out the rewards that travel can bring: pleasure, enrichment, even sanity.

  • Traveling, Not Trampling: Travel Books 2021

    Recent months have brought several travel books that put environmental awareness front and center.

  • New Directions: Travel Books 2021

    Guidebook publishers emerge from 2020 with new approaches to travel.

  • Fall 2021 Announcements: Religion & Spirituality

    Fall’s coming attractions include titles from such heavy hitters as Kathie Lee Gifford and Lysa TerKeurst, a collection of writings by the late Rachel Held Evans, and close looks at key Hebrew texts.

  • Fall 2021 Announcements: Audio

    Thrillers of all stripes; new works from a range of heavy hitters like Franzen, Grisham, King, and Strout; and memoirs by big-name actors and musicians lead the audio pack this season.

  • Adult Books for Fall 2021

    This fall is looking to be a great one on the book front, as you’re about to see. Our editors highlight 824 forthcoming titles and pick their top 10 books in each of 15 categories.

  • Fall 2021 Announcements: Cooking & Food

    This season’s cookbooks take a less-is-more approach to meals, while notable chefs get personal with recipes inspired by their time at home.

  • Fall 2021 Announcements: Essays & Literary Criticism

    Artificial intelligence, race, and the immigrant experience feature prominently in a season full of essay collections about contemporary concerns.

  • Fall 2021 Announcements: Comics & Graphic Novels

    Many of this fall’s top comics look with hope (or horror) toward the future—while others reckon with the past, including Rep. John Lewis’s long-anticipated next memoir.

  • Fall 2021 Announcements: Business & Economics

    The impact of the pandemic and other headline-grabbing events are the topics of some of fall’s most compelling business titles.

  • Fall 2021 Announcements: History

    Fall’s histories recover the lost stories of Black pioneers; offer new takes on the Revolutionary War, the Middle Ages, the Ottoman Empire, and U.S. pacifism; and reveal secret CIA missions in Africa and Afghanistan.

  • Fall 2021 Announcements: Art, Architecture & Photography

    This season brings sweeping overviews and histories on a range of topics, disciplines, regions, and artists, from digital art and interior design to large-scale murals and ancient cave paintings.

  • Fall 2021 Announcements: Lifestyle

    This season’s titles focus on leading healthier and happier lives in the post-Covid era. Dealing with grief is also a prominent topic.

  • Fall 2021 Announcements: Memoirs & Biographies

    This season promises not to be a drag, though the word finds another meaning in memoirs from a winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race and the star of the TV show Pose.

  • Fall 2021 Announcements: SF/Fantasy/Horror

    This fall is a season for beginnings and endings, with grand finales for several blockbuster sci-fi and fantasy series, new endeavors from big-name authors, and a selection of splashy debuts.

  • Fall 2021 Announcements: Science

    Fittingly, this fall’s titles spotlight immunity and the Covid-19 vaccine. Climate change is still a hot topic, and bugs, trauma, and consciousness get their fair share of attention, too.

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