Author Essay

The Kennedys Who Were a Real-Life Romeo and Juliet

Kerri Maher, author of The Kennedy Debutante, compares two infamous star-crossed couples.

By KERRI MAHER • 1 year ago
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Edgar Laplante: King of the Cons

Paul Willetts, author of King Con, introduces the wily subject of his globetrotting biography.

By PAUL WILLETTS • 1 year ago
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Can Technology Help You Read More?

Chris Dancy, author of Don't Unplug, makes a case for marrying books and tech.

By CHRIS DANCY • 1 year ago
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Grilled Cheese and Cozy Reads

Celebrated chef Eric Greenspan pairs classic novels with the perfect grilled cheeses.

By ERIC GREENSPAN • 1 year ago
Author Essay

The Timeless Magic of Parisian Carousels

From The Lost Carousel of Provence author, a history of whimsical merry-go-rounds.

By JULIET BLACKWELL • 1 year ago
Author Essay

Books to Help Inspire Your Inner Changemaker

Want to change the world, or change yourself? Beth Comstock, author of Imagine It Forward, offers up these titles for inspiration.

By BETH COMSTOCK  • 1 year ago
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What Having a Book Boyfriend Does for Your Marriage

The author of Intercepted talks fantasy, taboo, and the power of romance written for women by women.

By ALEXA MARTIN • 1 year ago
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Why Libraries Will Save the World (If We Let Them)

The author of Palaces for the People makes a case for libraries as the heart of our communities.

By ERIC KLINENBERG • 1 year ago