Women are always forced to think about looking good—even while revealing their greatest flaws
The author talks about the novel, writing for the screen, and the new film adaptation of London Fields
Why are prisoners forced to pay fines when they are put in isolation?
Witold Rybczynski’s new book skewers the avant garde, but overlooks prisons and urban shrinkage
Most writers have no choice but to bend the rules
But charts and graphs weren't enough to keep it off
Timothy Snyder's new book identifies the conditions that allowed the Holocaust—conditions our society today shares
Literary speculation begun by Harper’s Magazine is traced to an author in Hawaii—A.J. Perry
Why are books about visiting heaven so boring—and popular?