Jenkem is a throwback to those simpler days when we could all laugh at ourselves and know that, like most things, at its heart skateboarding is so very, very stupid.
The GOP nominee could be in a lot of trouble for purchasing thousands of copies of Crippled America.
A carved box filled with the literary icon's ashes will go up for auction in Los Angeles next month.
We spoke to Garnette Cadogan, whose brilliant essay in The Fire This Time shows how walking is yet another arena where a black person must tread carefully.
The author is coming out with three new short stories set in the wizarding world this September.
Kristin Dombek's new book The Selfishness of Others: An Essay on the Fear of Narcissism takes on our culture's tendency to overdiagose.
According to a new book, there's a correlation between how knowledgeable you are and your income and happiness.
It's hot out there. Kick back and relax with these cool beach reads.
We spoke with one of America's greatest fiction writers to talk about her new book of very short stories, Ninety-Nine Stories of God.
Ben Ehrenreich's new book The Way to the Spring: Life and Death in Palestine explores the large and small frustrations of people living in Israel's shadow.
Real talk between writers Jenny Zhang, Tanwi Nandini Islam, and Karan Mahajan on race, writing, parents, sex, and the ongoing creation of the Asian American canon.
We caught up with author Garth Greenwell to talk about his debut novel, and the scary but necessary process of writing about queer sex in America today.
Ten years since the self-promoting literary group opened their manifesto with, "We're the Brutalists—fuck you," what happened to their brand of raw writing?
Jun 28, 2016
Cormac McCarthy is still alive and well, everybody.
The new e-book, Pounded by the Pound, imagines a steamy, post-Brexit hellscape starring a guy and his giant, living British Pound coin companion.
Emma Cline's debut novel The Girls explores the phenomenon of young women opting out of society and into cult-like groups such as the Manson Family.
No one taught DBC Pierre how to write, but that didn't stop him from winning the Man Booker Prize for his debut novel. In his new book—and here—he explains how you could do the same.
The punk poet talks last meals, crying all the time, and reading every day.
Who would've thought that a children's book called NASTYbook would be deemed too disgusting and inappropriate for kids?
A new chapter from George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire features the trash-talking, dick-referencing outsider who wants to Make the Iron Islands Great Again.
Scott Dikkers's new book, Trump's America: The Complete Loser's Guide, is looking more and more like a necessity.
Aidan Dun tells us about meeting Arthur Rimbaud in a vision and finding inspiration in King's Cross.
The treasures were hidden in 1981 by publisher Byron Preiss, as part of his plan to promote his new book, The Secret. So far, only two of the 12 treasures have been recovered.
Read an exclusive excerpt from 'Supremacist,' a book about the cult of Supreme that's written by a guy who's obsessed with the streetwear brand, despite not knowing how to skate.