With $100 billion in revenue in sight, Amazon’s terrifying logistical takeover of the world may soon be complete.
Two professors attempt to answer the question: Are commercial novels really more sentimental than literary fiction?
Michael McConnell and Jack Baker applied for their first marriage license 40 years ago, beginning a lifelong battle.
Levi's experience as a partisan—and the execution of two teenage boys—showed him humans' capacity for extreme violence.
The scholar of nationalism and author of ‘Imagined Communities’ has died at the age of 79.
Immerse yourself in a huge novel and you will start to find its timeline competing with the plot of your daily life.
Hannah Rothschild’s new novel, told from the point of view of a Watteau painting, skewers the art world.
Hughes Allison was a black mystery writer with promising future. What went wrong?
A new cookbook aims to do for weed what Julia Child did for French cuisine.
Novelists have a choice: stay in and write or get out and promote.
Can record-breaking race times ever represent the glory of sports?
Forty years after it was written, “Famine, Affluence, and Morality” has spawned a radical new movement.
An interview with author Matthew Gavin Frank on the drawbacks of everyone's favorite food-centered holiday.