Literature with Lasting Power

From Homer's Iliad to a poem whispered between friends, these texts survived a changing world.

By MARTIN PUCHNER • 4 years ago

Books to Inspire Your Next Road Trip

Sara Taylor, author of The Lauras, picks her favorite reads about taking the long way home.

By SARA TAYLOR • 4 years ago
Author Essay

For the Love of Letters

The Last Christmas in Paris authors reflect on the intimacy of the epistolary novel.

By HAZEL GAYNOR and HEATHER WEBB • 4 years ago

Start Reading The Lost Art of Good Conversation

Spiritual leader Sakyong Mipham guides readers out of white noise and toward true connectivity.

By SAKYONG MIPHAM • 4 years ago
Author Essay

The Greatest Loss of True Crime Tales

Kate Winkler Dawson, author of Death in the Air, on remembering the victims of a London serial killer.

By KATE WINKLER DAWSON • 4 years ago
Author Essay

Revisiting the Little House on the Prairie

Caroline author Sarah Miller spotlights the woman who held the Ingalls family together.

By SARAH MILLER • 4 years ago
8 Great Questions

8 Great Questions: Edan Lepucki

The Woman No. 17 and California author reveals her recent must-reads and a surprising book she gifts.

By EDAN LEPUCKI • 4 years ago
Author Essay

The Most Terrifying Narrator of Them All

Kaira Rouda, author of domestic thriller Best Day Ever, muses on second-guessing love.

By KAIRA ROUDA  • 4 years ago