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  1. parenting
    20 of the Best Children’s Books for Uncertain TimesI always love reading to my daughter, but even more now.
  2. profile
    The Fashion Industry’s Librarians of LuxuryHow the Assoulines made their name on books to be seen (and occasionally read).
  3. books
    Ronan Farrow Condemns Publisher of Woody Allen Memoir“It’s wildly unprofessional … for Hachette to behave this way. But it also shows a lack of ethics and compassion for victims of sexual abuse.”
  4. book excerpt
    An Everywoman and Her BodyI live in a world of thin people. I interview the famously thin. I know their habits, but I’m also aware that I am not one of them.
  5. i wanna love you forever
    Jessica Simpson’s Music Deserves More LoveRevisiting her best songs on the occasion of her memoir.
  6. american dirt
    The American Dirt Book Tour Has Been Canceled Amid Intense BacklashJeanine Cummins’s publishers said there have been “safety” concerns.
  7. books
    Oprah Wants to ‘Hear All Sides’ in American Dirt ControversyHer upcoming Apple TV+ event will purportedly “bring people together … to talk about this book, and who gets to publish what stories.”
  8. obituary
    Remembering Elizabeth Wurtzel, a Proudly Difficult Person“She had a tiny nuclear reactor where the rest of us have a breastbone.”
  9. little women
    Is Little Women Fanfic for the Sisterless?Wait. Is this why I like Little Women so much?
  10. books
    The Best Book I Read in 2019 Was This 800-Page Sex MemoirSusi Wyss’s Guess Who Is the Happiest Girl in Town? fulfills all voyeuristic needs.
  11. q&a
    ‘Sex Can Be Anything’Pondering “the problem of romance” with the poet, activist, and sex worker Rachel Rabbit White.
  12. trans rights
    What Is J.K. Rowling Talking About?The billionaire author has jumped to the defense of a woman let go from her job for anti-trans comments.
  13. books
    How One Woman Left the Hate Group She Grew Up InMegan Phelps-Roper writes about Westboro in her new memoir.
  14. power
    What It’s Like to Be a Melania Trump Expert“She’s literally probably the most free modern First Lady that we’ve seen,” says CNN correspondent Kate Bennett.
  15. the bigger picture
    100 Years of Hygge, IlluminatedThe rich history of Danish lighting design from 1920 to now.
  16. space of the week
    An Insider’s View of the Grit and Glamour of the Fashion WorldAmy Fine Collins’s new book, The International Best-Dressed List, chronicles the history of stylish, larger-than-life personalities.
  17. the bigger picture
    A Love Letter to MexicoFrom the former director of Elle España.
  18. books
    Demi Moore’s Memoir Is a Surprisingly Healing ReadThe actress takes a tough look at her relationship with her mother.
  19. the bigger picture
    Before There Were Instagram Filters, There Was Kodachrome700,000 anonymous photo slides form a nostalgic picture of mid-century domesticity.
  20. sex
    Peter Berlin Thinks You Work Too Much“I never had a drive but getting laid. So, I had a fabulous life.”
  21. photography
    A Joyful Testament to Middle AgeElinor Carucci photographs her teenagers, her uterus, and her naked self.
  22. streetwear
    Supreme Still Reigns Supreme, 25 Years LaterA visual manual for hypebeasts.
  23. politics
    How Did Donald Trump Jr. Really Get on the Best-Seller List?A week after it was published, Triggered landed on the top of the New York Times nonfiction best-seller list. With a small caveat.
  24. culture
    Susan Choi Wins the National Book AwardFor Trust Exercise, her complicated novel about consent and power.
  25. cut opinion pages
    Sadly, I Like Reading Books on My Phone NowIt helps me stay awake, which I cannot say for a paperback book.
  26. anniversaries
    Prabal Gurung’s Impossible DreamA new monograph offers a window into the designer’s decade-long journey to achieving his American dream.
  27. party report
    The ‘Hooker Laureate’ of the Dirtbag LeftRachel Rabbit White is making lit parties fun again.
  28. can't spell fashun without fun
    A Reminder From Dior: Fashion Should Be FunDior: Moments of Joy captures the brand’s legacy of gaiety.
  29. the bigger picture
    ‘I Don’t Think a Man Could Have Taken the Picture’National Geographic celebrates 130 years of photographing women across the globe.
  30. the bigger picture
    The Sartorialist’s View of India: Bright, and Full of ContradictionsIndia, seen through a street-style photographer’s lens.
  31. just be normal
    Is It Normal to Be This Hot?Sally Rooney’s hit novel Normal People is being adapted for TV. Here are the first images.
  32. culture
    She Couldn’t Find Dominican Women in Official Archives. So She Started Her Own.Talking to novelist Angie Cruz about her Instagram archive, Dominicanas NYC.
  33. books
    New Elena Ferrante Novel AlertAnd we finally have a title and a publication date for it.
  34. books
    Hello World, It’s Rihanna!We’re thrilled to introduce our new bundle of joy and paper.
  35. the bigger picture
     Look Back at the Early Days of California Skate CulturePhotographer Hugh Holland captured the ‘70s skateboarding scene.
  36. books
    Naomi Wolf’s New Book Has Been Canceled, Presumably Over Major ErrorsSeveral months ago, the author found out mid-interview that some of her research was disastrously incorrect.
  37. books
    Oh No, Kristen From Vanderpump Rules Is Writing a Self-Help BookIt’s called “He’s Making You Crazy.”
  38. duh
    7 Dogs > 1 HusbandDemi Moore would rather fill her bed with dogs than men, and the math scans.
  39. catch and kill
    A Guide to the Accents in Ronan Farrow’s AudiobookWould you like to hear Ronan Farrow’s take on a Ukrainian mob type? What about an Australian?
  40. q&a
    Olive Kitteridge, Maine’s Saltiest Character, Is BackTalking to Elizabeth Strout about her new sequel, Olive, Again.
  41. profiles
    Cyrus Dunham Lets Everyone Name ThemselvesWalking and talking fame, gender, and invasive vines in Los Angeles.
  42. the body politic
    Ronan Farrow Depicts a Chilling Cover-up at NBCThe same people who let abuses happen are still running the show.
  43. the cut on tuesdays
    The Feminist Mom Behind This Fall’s Big Book About MenOn this week’s Cut podcast, Ben Lerner and his mother, Harriet Lerner.
  44. exclusive
    Lili Reinhart Will Publish a Book of PoemsSoon you can buy it and feel as loved as Cole Sprouse.
  45. art and soul
    An Illustrated History of French FashionFrom a famed fashion artist.
  46. art
    This New Book Is the Most Extensive Anthology of Women Artists Ever PublishedGreat Women Artists features over 400 women artists — some you’ve heard of, and many you probably haven’t.
  47. q&a
    The Book That Radicalized Feminists Across the Country Is BackTalking to Alix Kates Shulman about her ‘70s feminist classic, Memoirs of an Ex-Prom Queen.
  48. q&a
    This Writer Interviewed Her Rapist, 14 Years LaterTalking to Jeannie Vanasco about her memoir, Things We Didn’t Talk About When I Was a Girl.
  49. science of us
    A Book That Helped Me Accept SadnessLife is hard, expectations are manageable.
  50. books
    Chanel Miller’s Story Needed to Be Told in Her Own WordsHer memoir, of Brock Turner’s sexual assault and its aftermath, is astonishing.
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