What began as a Facebook group for architecture nerds is now a book featuring radical – and downright strange – buildings by forgotten designers.
The "Please Miss: A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Penis" writer has been harassed, trolled and banned from Twitter – but she's still going strong.
True crime author Paul Harrison claimed he'd interviewed the world's most infamous murderers – only to be exposed as a fraud and scammer.
How does the TikTok generation get a booking at Dorsia now?
Books about Black street life reflect the people I know, which I can't say for most mainstream classics.
For me, the sun rises and sets with "Heat 2".
A written note posted to social media highlights how reading material behind bars is often restricted arbitrarily.
One of the state’s largest school districts removed 400 books—mostly about race, gender, and sexuality—off its shelves just in case they are “vulgar.”
The model discusses her NYT-bestselling book of essays "My Body" and takes on the criticism levied against it.
“Forget Tide Pods,” the American Library Association recently wrote. “The latest dangerous fad sweeping the nation is book challenges.”