'Dressed in Dreams' Uncovers the Black Women Who Invented Modern Streetwear
"The book is for all of the everyday Black girls who made magic out of a dollar store T-shirt."
Throw Nicholas Sparks And 'The Notebook' Into The Trash
Emails reveal the corny romance author tried to ban an LGBT club at the Christian school he co-founded.
Satellites Are Quietly, Constantly Watching Us
In a few short decades, the movement and activities of large swaths of Earth's humans can be tracked at all times.
'Home Remedies' Is About the Bizarre Experience of Growing Up in Rapid Globalization
In Xuan Juliana Wang's first collection of short stories, she explores what it's like to be young and curious as the world changes around you.
Eve L. Ewing’s New Book Explores the Ways Violence and Time Affect Black Lives
One hundred years after the Chicago Race Riot, '1919' reflects on a century of exodus and deliverance for Black Americans.
Janaka Stucky Brings a Doom-Metal Mysticism to His Poetry Readings
"I want to channel the energy of each performance into conjuring whatever altered state of consciousness I was in when I wrote the work."
Laura Hutson Hunter
'Normal People' Is Coming to Hulu Because We Can't Get Enough Millennial Love Stories
Sally Rooney's bestseller is coming to the small screen as a streaming series.
J.K. Rowling Is Definitely A Slytherin
Continuing to milk new revenue streams out of the 'Harry Potter' universe proves the author is sippin' that Malfoy juice.
Mr. Skin Fossilized. Howard Stern Modernized
The purveyor of Hollywood's finest nude bodies and the former shock jock have both released books reflecting on their influence on the past two decades of American culture, revealing varying degrees of development.
From ‘Too Online’ to Alt-Right and Back Again
We also talk 'Jason X' and how books might actually be bad for learning.
The Superheroines Are Finally Here to Save Us
It took generations before Captain Marvel got her own feature film. But in today's comics and YA books, superheroes who are women have been roaming free.
Hanif Abdurraqib and Morgan Parker Chat Poetry and Blackness in America
The poets found time between their busy touring schedules to talk about 'Magical Negro,' the current wave of contemporary poetry, and how white salons still can't handle black hair.