In her latest collection, Amber McBride spins together a beautiful web of interconnected pieces relating to her identity as a Black woman.
Used bookstores are the most eco-friendly way to buy a book. But why would one want to buy a book in the first place?
TikTok is changing the way books are written and sold, marked by an increased reliance on sexually explicit content to hook readers.
What do pink noise, the history of Kurdistan, and the Lego Bionicle franchise have in common? They all figure into Seth Dickinson’s sci-fi novel “Exordia.”
“House of Flame and Shadow” by Sarah J. Maas marks the third installment in her “Crescent City” series. It is thrilling and sexy but it is also sort of a mess.
Whether you’re seeking heartwarming romance, personal reflection, or love poems to the earth, this curated list of recommendations has something for everyone.
On Thursday, Feb. 1, Antonia A. Hylton ’15 discussed her debut book “Madness: Race and Insanity in a Jim Crow Asylum” at the Cambridge Public Library.
Lei’s latest novel delves into China’s burgeoning techno-developmental regime and the grim consequences it holds for the strained working class.
Schuyler Bailar, an internationally recognized author, educator, and advocate for inclusion and diversity, shared his new book, "He/She/They."
With the publication of his most recent novel, “The House of Doors,” Malaysian novelist Tan Twan Eng meditates on the goals of historical fiction.
In “Alt-Nature,” Saretta Morgan engages with the desert and the waters to meditate on love, violence, injustice, Blackness, and queerness.
Though the Atlas series books are dramatic and funny — featuring improbable magic and sexcapades — they also deal with big questions.
“Come & Get It” amuses from the first page. Bestselling author Kiley Reid returns with a character-driven commentary on youth, passion, and maturity.
Artist Profile: Brandon Sanderson on Fan Theories, ‘Wind and Truth,’ and Building His Fantasy Empire
Brandon Sanderson is more than just an author: He’s an institution. Audiences are waiting for the fifth installment of his Stormlight Archive series.