“I’m teaching my daughters to be rude,” Danielle Lazarin said to listeners of her talk.
“The Immortalists” asks questions whose answers could—and should—affect a reader's life.
On Feb. 12, Tavi Gevinson stopped by the Cambridge Public Library to talk about her new book, “Rookie on Love.”
Laura Lippman’s recently released crime thriller “Sunburn” is at times brilliant and at times unintentionally hilarious
On Feb. 12, Tayari Jones, novelist and Professor at Rutgers University’s MFA program in Newark, cast spells over a crowd squeezed into the Harvard Bookstore.
In her latest book of essays, Marilynne Robinson is of two minds about the present moment.
Set in what seems to be New York City several hundred years in the future, “The Sky is Yours” does not follow the traditional narrative arc expected of its ilk.
This book is an exciting step forward for representation in literature, and the arts in general.