What’s actually there is, on occasion, a history that has been confounded or left out altogether, perhaps by oversight, perhaps by design.
“I remember reading Lola Rose for the first time and there’s a whole description of a young mother giving birth. I read it five times over because I couldn’t believe it.”
"So many generations have been raised on bird flu, swine flu, Y2K, Ebola, housing collapse, ozone holes, and peak oil panics that we wouldn't know how to live if we weren't constantly expecting our annihilation."
In his book Food Fights and Culture Wars, Tom Nealon posits questions like: "Did the advent of the dinner party spark the French Revolution?" and "Did lemonade cure the plague?"
In her new memoir, "In the Country We Love," actress Diane Guerrero depicts the impact of a family torn apart by US immigration policy.
Lena Andersson is one of Sweden's most talked-about authors and a leading authority on love. She shared some insider tips about the big, scary sensation and chatted about her book Willful Disregard.
We talked to the originator of the street lit fiction genre to discuss how she pioneered a nuanced take on the romance novel from within a federal prison.
We talked to the Goosebumps author about technology, the future, and what really scares him.
We sat down with the writer to talk about her career, how New York has changed, and the problems LGBT people still face.