Zadie Smith in discussion with Jia Tolentino on September 18.
“I have seen on Twitter [...] people have a feeling at 9 a.m. quite strongly, and then by 11 have been shouted out of it,” the author said. “That part, I find really unfortunate.”
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“The left is very cannibalistic. It eats its own.”
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Raising a boy who finds joy in reading sounds easier said than done.
“It will be informed by insider details that only a president can know.”
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Whether you're 'babe', 'chicken' or 'mouse', take heart that your pet name is spoken with affection. (Unless it's 'muffin'.)
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Colson Whitehead's National Book Award–winning speculative history novel The Underground Railroad garnered another top honor on Monday, with the announcement that the book had been awarded the P...
For women who grew up in the late '80s and early '90s, few characters loom larger than Belle from the 1991 Disney movie "Beauty and the Beast." Compared to her Disney princess predecessors, Belle was...
"I was inspired to take up writing after reading a really shitty book," says Nikita Singh, without missing a beat, to a question from a participant at a Bloggers' Brunch, organised by Women's Web in B...
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Kerry Washington will play a hand in bringing an impressive debut novel ― Brit Bennett's The Mothers ― to the screen, The Hollywood Reporter reports. The novel is the story of Nadia, a girl living in...
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Reading promotes empathy, helping us better understand other's emotional state, a stepping stone to build meaningful relationships and more human societies.
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Maya Angelou was one phenomenal woman. Angelou rose to fame during a tumultuous time in America's racial history and broke barriers for black women through her legendary contributions to art and cultu...
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While President Donald Trump tries to block individuals from certain Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S., dozens of book publishers have found a creative way to clap back at Islamophobia....
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The stores are as captivating as the books themselves.
The harsh fiction ban meant that while management could read balance sheets and sales reports, they didn't fare that well when it came to reading people.
Apparently, neither Shetty nor the paper's editors have actually read 'Animal Farm'.
Step one: stop waiting for someone to invite you to book club.