What men got wrong about the economy.
Andrea Tantaros's 'Tied Up In Knots' reveals an important lesson.
Did an illicit love affair give birth to the Great American Novel?
For Ben Lerner, poems are the perfect medium for failure. So how can they negotiate with the politics of real life?
How factory revolts inspired a new form of the novel.
If Barnes & Noble goes out of business, it’ll be a disaster for book lovers.
A folklore expert tries to understand the people who ruin the internet.
The author of ‘I Know What you Did Last Summer’ defined teen terror for a generation.
Have antidepressant drugs ever truly worked—and does that matter?
Two hundred years ago, Mary Shelley spent a night telling ghost stories at the Villa Diodati in Switzerland.
Virginia Heffernan's new book argues that the internet is a work of art.
"Barkskins," Annie Proulx’s first novel in more than a decade, is a sweeping epic told through the history of America’s woodlands.
Emma Cline's 'The Girls' is a dark drama about female desire in 1960s California.
In A. Scott Berg’s book, and in the new film, the worn-out trope of the male literary genius gets one more day in the sun.
Jessica Valenti's memoir refuses to blame the victims of sexual harassment.
Once a function of class, taste has become an exercise in randomness. But isn't there anything still unique about us?
New books by Max Porter and Adam Ehrlich Sachs take on the all-male family unit.
Lit Hub's new ratings site exposes the flaws in the wider culture.
Philippe Sands's new book is both a family memoir and a gripping courtroom drama.
A new biography of the cult author shows that the most enduring character he created was his own.