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Twitter Users Have Field Day With Sarah Huckabee 2019-07-02 06:41:02The former White House press secretary was taunted with suggested titles for her reported upcoming book about working for Donald Trump.

These Major Booksellers’ Description Of 'Mein Kampf' Sounds 2019-07-01 21:29:36Hitler’s manifesto was marketed on Amazon, Walmart, Barnes and Noble and Books-A-Million as “what we must do if we want to survive as a pe

Where Are All The Black BookTubers? 2019-06-27 18:17:41There's something missing from YouTube's book blogging community: Black people and books by Black authors.

Nicholas Sparks Apologizes To LGBTQ Community 2019-06-17 14:44:43"The Notebook" author released a statement after emails surfaced appearing to back at least some allegations of racism and homophobia made against h

This Finance Book Just Might Change Your Life 2019-06-17 11:11:03The "I Will Teach You To Be Rich" title is polarizing, but the advice is on point.

Gloria Vanderbilt, American Fashion Icon, Has Died 2019-06-17 10:28:03After living her entire life in the public eye, Vanderbilt died from stomach cancer on Monday.

From The New Deal To The Green New 2019-06-09 11:14:42A historian delves into American liberalism's original Big Idea.

How I Got My Toddler Back On Books 2019-06-06 11:39:29I want my kid to treasure that magical reading time as much as I did growing up.

The Radical Empathy of Tim Murphy 2019-06-05 00:01:20The novelist drew upon his experience as a journalist and activist to create the sweeping, emotionally resonant novel "Correspondents."

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“This Is Pleasure,” by Mary Gaitskill 2019-07-08 05:00:00Fiction by Mary Gaitskill: “At first, the suit was not against me but against the publishing house, and all she wanted was a payment, which the

Mary Gaitskill on the Power of Fiction for 2019-07-08 05:00:00Mary Gaitskill, the author of the novella “This is Pleasure,” discusses workplace harassment, the impact of #MeToo, and how she expects re

Sunday Reading: Summer Travel 2019-07-07 05:00:00From The New Yorker’s archive, pieces by Calvin Trillin, Jill Lepore, David Sedaris, Alice Gregory, Daniel Mendelsohn, and T. Coraghessan on uni

“Everyone Cried” 2019-07-04 05:00:00Lydia Davis’s flash-fiction story “Everyone Cried,” about sadness and living in the world.

What Does It Mean to Be a “Real” 2019-07-03 05:00:00Hermione Hoby writes about Lucy Ives’s “Loudermilk: Or, the Real Poet; Or, the Origin of the World” and Mona Awad’s “Bun

“Uncle Jim Called,” by David Rabe 2019-07-01 05:00:00Fiction by David Rabe: “I held my breath, trying to hear. But I couldn’t understand a word. Or, rather, a word here and there was all

David Rabe on the Netherworld of Fiction 2019-07-01 05:00:00Deborah Treisman interviews David Rabe, about “Uncle Jim Called,” his short story from the July 8 & 15, 2019, issue of The New Yorker.

The Last Poems of James Tate 2019-07-01 05:00:00Dan Chiasson reviews the poetry of James Tate, who mastered the art of absurdist endings in the course of his career.

“Conflation,” by Andrea Cohen 2019-07-01 05:00:00Poetry by Andrea Cohen: “I took riflery in school, and Marriage 101.”

“Leviathan,” by Timothy Donnelly 2019-07-01 05:00:00Poetry by Timothy Donnelly: “My citizenship is most acutely / felt at night.”

The Imperfect, Unfinished Work of Women’s Suffrage 2019-07-01 05:00:00A century after the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment, it’s worth remembering why suffragists had to fight so hard, and who was

Rudyard Kipling in America 2019-07-01 05:00:00Charles McGrath on what happened to the great defender of Empire when he settled in the United States.

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How to save politically ‘mixed marriages’ in Trump 2019-07-08 18:02:07Jeanne Safer’s book isn’t a “Republicans are from Mars, Democrats are from Venus” tract so much as it is a guide to what true

A geological detective story told through clues written 2019-07-08 18:02:07A geological detective story told through clues written in the ice

Elizabeth Gilbert’s latest novel charts the friendships of 2019-07-08 18:02:07Elizabeth Gilbert’s latest novel charts the friendships of women

His father was under F.B.I. surveillance. The family 2019-07-08 18:02:07In his book 'A Good American Family,' David Maraniss sorts through his parents' early communist sympathies and bears witness to the price they paid

E.B. White’s essays argue eloquently against extremism 2019-07-08 18:02:07E.B. White’s essays argue eloquently against extremism

Believing in the experiment of democracy, despite the 2019-07-08 18:02:07Believing in the experiment of democracy, despite the setbacks

Two early presidents raised warnings about the cult 2019-07-08 18:02:07Two early presidents raised warnings about the cult of personality

Why do birds migrate? Ask the man who’s 2019-07-08 18:02:07Kenn Kaufman, author of ‘A Season on the Wind: Inside the World of Spring Migration,’ talks about the wonder of migration and the effects

‘Charged’ examines the role of prosecutors in the 2019-07-08 18:02:07‘Charged’ examines the role of prosecutors in the U.S. justice system

Intimidated by verse? ‘Don’t Read Poetry’ explores how 2019-07-08 18:02:07Intimidated by verse? ‘Don’t Read Poetry’ explores how to enjoy poems.

Lee Krasner: abstract expressionist painter in her own 2019-07-08 18:02:07Lee Krasner: abstract expressionist painter in her own right

This summer’s buzziest book club read: The Mueller 2019-07-08 18:02:07The Mueller report can be intimidating. Book clubs have emerged to get Americans to read, and engage over, the divisive publication. 

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A Universe of One’s Own 2019-07-07 09:30:21“Write me a creature who thinks as well as a man, or better than a man, but not like a man.” This was the challenge the influential scienc

A Long & Undeclared Emergency 2019-07-07 09:00:55India for the last five years has been in a state of internal siege. The radicalization of its public sphere has barely been noticed in the West. Inde

Dora Maar’s Piercing Gaze 2019-07-06 03:00:42This haunting show, in the cool gallery spaces high above the city that Dora Maar knew so well, makes it clear that she was indeed a star, a leading f

Carrying a Single Life: On Literature and Translation 2019-07-05 03:00:05Can we draw a link between the intricate and often modest work of writers and translators, and the bold and costly actions of activists? Is the work o

Tanks for the Memories: A Historical Tribute to 2019-07-03 07:38:58In a departure from traditional Independence Day celebrations on July 4 in Washington, D.C., Donald Trump decreed that this year’s event, which

Triumph and Disaster: The Tragic Hubris of Rudyard 2019-07-03 03:00:36For these next two weeks, the best tennis players in the world will enter Wimbledon’s fabled Center Court under two lines of poetry inscribed in

Somali and American: Portrait of a Minnesota Community 2019-07-02 08:29:29Minnesota, a blue-leaning state, is by many standards exceptionally welcoming of immigrants; it has the country’s second-largest population of V

An Open Letter to the Director of the 2019-07-01 04:30:18By “unequivocally rejecting efforts to create analogies between the Holocaust and other events, whether historical or contemporary,” the U

The Driest Eye 2019-06-30 07:00:07Natalia Ginzburg’s observations are swift and exact, usually irradiated by an unruly and often satirical humor. The instrument with which she wr

Ronald Reagan’s Reel Life 2019-06-29 03:00:45Reagan was made by the movies—not just his career but his mentalité was made in Hollywood. As much as he had been a movie actor, Reagan w

Viola Frey: Ceramic Sculptor of the Anthropocene 2019-06-28 07:38:20The first image in “Viola Frey: Center Stage,” supersized on an atrium wall of the di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art in Napa, California

The Case of Yiyun Li 2019-06-27 10:00:17The effort of self-transformation is generally regarded as an improving journey, whatever its vicissitudes may have been. The writer Yiyun Li, who lef

Books

We All Watch In Our Own Way: A New! 2019-07-15 13:08:06New Yorker TV critic Emily Nussbaum won't appear on panels pitting TV against movies or books. "Everything is valuable in its own way and they don'

'Spin The Dawn' Stitches Up A Fabulous Fantasy New! 2019-07-15 07:00:08Elizabeth Lim's new young adult novel follows a girl who disguises herself as a boy and sets off for the emperor's court in place of her ailing fath

Lesley Nneka Arimah Wins 2019 Caine Prize For 2019-07-14 17:08:00NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Nigerian writer Lesley Nneka Arimah, winner of the 2019 Caine Prize for African Literature, about her short story Ski

Mark Bowden Talks Process Of Adapting Mueller Report 2019-07-14 17:08:00NPR's Michel Martin speaks with journalist Mark Bowden, author of Black Hawk Down, about the process of adapting the Mueller Report into a graphic no

'The Golden Hour' Is A Refreshingly Bittersweet Read 2019-07-14 10:00:17Beatriz Williams' new novel follows a woman searching for her missing husband in London during World War II, jumping back and forth in time to show a

New Thriller 'The Chain' Has An Origin Almost 2019-07-14 08:21:00Novelist Adrian McKinty had several books and prestigious awards under his belt — but no one was buying, and he'd given up writing to drive an

'The Chain' Asks: How Far Would You Go 2019-07-14 07:00:02In Adrian McKinty's propulsive new thriller, an organization called The Chain kidnaps children, and forces the parents to kidnap another child in tur

Colson Whitehead On 'The Nickel Boys' 2019-07-13 08:26:00NPR's Scott Simon talks to acclaimed novelist Colson Whitehead about his new novel, The Nickel Boys, which is based on the horrors of a real juvenile

Keith Hernandez On Baseball, 'Seinfeld' And Being His 2019-07-12 15:29:48The former first baseman played on championship teams with the Cardinals and Mets, and made a memorable appearance on Seinfeld. His memoir is I'm Kei

'Late Migrations' Essays Create A Jeweled Patchwork Of 2019-07-12 10:17:00New York Times columnist Margaret Renkl astonishes with her essays, a woven tapestry that makes one of all the world's beings that strive to live &md

'Delayed Rays Of A Star' Sheds Light On 2019-07-12 10:00:21Amanda Lee Koe's new novel was inspired by a famous photograph — Anna May Wong, Marlene Dietrich and the notorious actress and director Leni Ri

3 Sisters Come Of Age, Dreamily, In 'Three 2019-07-12 07:00:18Margarita Liberaki's novel, first published in 1946, follows three young women growing up in the Athens countryside alongside a colorful cast of fami

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