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  1. duh
    7 Dogs > 1 HusbandDemi Moore would rather fill her bed with dogs than men, and the math scans.
  2. 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?
  3. q&a
    Olive Kitteridge, Maine’s Saltiest Character, Is BackTalking to Elizabeth Strout about her new sequel, Olive, Again.
  4. profiles
    Cyrus Dunham Lets Everyone Name ThemselvesWalking and talking fame, gender, and invasive vines in Los Angeles.
  5. the body politic
    Ronan Farrow Depicts a Chilling Cover-up at NBCThe same people who let abuses happen are still running the show.
  6. 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.
  7. exclusive
    Lili Reinhart Will Publish a Book of PoemsSoon you can buy it and feel as loved as Cole Sprouse.
  8. gallery
    An Illustrated History of French FashionFrom a famed fashion artist.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. science of us
    A Book That Helped Me Accept SadnessLife is hard, expectations are manageable.
  13. 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.
  14. yandy
    Yes, Margaret Atwood Has Seen the Sexy Handmaid CostumeAnd she’s underwhelmed!
  15. swellness
    I Will Blast Myself With Cold Water If It Helps Me Enjoy LifeIt’s also apparently good for headaches.
  16. science of us
    The Woman Who Convinced Me That Bad Things Are Actually GoodShe’s a twice-divorced Buddhist nun.
  17. power
    What the Kavanaugh Book Actually Says About That New AllegationDrama surrounding a botched New York Times excerpt of ‘The Education of Brett Kavanaugh’ threatens to eclipse important revelations.
  18. books
    New Elena Ferrante Novel AlertYou can read two mysterious and very Italian paragraphs.
  19. fiction
    Red at the BoneIn this excerpt from Jacqueline Woodson’s new novel, a teenage daughter reckons with her mother’s past.
  20. books
    How Richard Avedon Shaped the America in Your HeadWe all know the his style of portraiture, but Avedon also shot thousands of advertisements, most very different from his editorial work.
  21. books
    Everything We Know About Margaret Atwood’s Handmaid’s Tale SequelOne reviewer called it “one of the most anticipated sequels of the modern age.”
  22. #metoo
    ‘Emily Doe’ From the Brock Turner Case Is Ready for You to Know Her NameIt’s Chanel Miller.
  23. encounter
    The Celebrity Book Curator Selling Literary Taste By the FootThatcher Wine is the CEO and founder of Juniper Books, which might be the company to credit (or to blame) for your friend’s color-coded bookshelves.
  24. q&a
    Sarah M. Broom Knows What You Think of Her HometownTalking to the writer about myths of New Orleans and her debut memoir, The Yellow House.
  25. q&a
    Why Is Everyone Still So Obsessed With Unicorns?Unraveling our millennia-old obsession with horned horses with the author of The Very Short, Entirely True History of Unicorns.
  26. first person
    Rick Springer Was an Activist in the World, a Terrorist at HomeMy stepfather was famous because he wanted to stop nuclear bombs, but privately he made our lives a war zone.
  27. power
    Female Journalist Pays Literal Price for Her Co-author’s Alleged MisconductMaggie Haberman and Glenn Thrush lost their shared book deal after he was accused of harassment — but only she had to pay back her advance.
  28. first person
    Yearning for a Blessing From Toni MorrisonWorking with her at Princeton, I was always awestruck by her presence.
  29. remembrances
    What I Learned As Toni Morrison’s Personal AssistantToni taught me, “if you have some power, then your job is to empower somebody else.”
  30. fiction
    ‘On Account of the Beast’In this excerpt from Téa Obreht’s new novel, Inland, a frontierswoman awaits the return of her husband.
  31. rest in power
    8 Women Writers on What Toni Morrison Meant to ThemMaya Angelou, Tayari Jones, Angela Davis, and more on the powerful influence of Morrison’s work.
  32. obits
    Beloved Author Toni Morrison Has DiedShe was 88 years old.
  33. ye olde vagine
    Anyway, Here’s Some 700-Year-Old Erotica Featuring a Talking Vagina“The Rose Thorn,” an old-timey sex poem about a woman’s debate with her own vagina, is actually 200 years older than we thought.
  34. science of us
    I Can’t Stop Thinking About This 1991 Book About PainIt’s about healing the body with the mind.
  35. books
    Elin Hilderbrand Doesn’t Mind That You Call Her Books ‘Beach Reads’“I was not the most talented person at Iowa, not by a long shot. But I could get shit done.”
  36. culture
    Nicholas Sparks Says He’s Sorry for Those Anti-LGBTQ EmailsHe says the emails in which he attempted to bar an LGBTQ club at his private school were written “in haste.”
  37. cringe
    Naomi Wolf’s Nightmare Continues ApaceHer publisher pushed back the release date after “new questions” arose about the contentious book.
  38. lawsuits
    The Story of the Woman Who Shamed the Transit Worker Is Getting MessierNatasha Tynes is suing Rare Bird Books for $13.4 million for “extreme emotional distress.”
  39. crime
    Emily Doe, the Woman Brock Turner Assaulted, Is Writing a MemoirThe Stanford rape survivor will “share her experience in emotional, honest and eloquent detail.”
  40. profiles
    Whose Story Will Sandi Tan Tell Next?The Idiot seemed like an “unadaptable” book. But after Shirkers, is there anything the director can’t do?
  41. culture
    I Can’t Stop Thinking About Donna Tartt’s Dorm-Room Martini Hours“She was wearing a black brocade skirt-suit and high heels and smoking from a long, slender cigarette holder.”
  42. cancellations
    Moby Reads the Room and Cancels His Book Tour“I’m going to go away for awhile.”
  43. kids
    Does This Children’s Book Spark Joy?Marie Kondo’s new book will teach kids how to “tidy” and “embrace joy.”
  44. whoops
    Here’s an Actual Nightmare: Naomi Wolf Learning On-Air That Her Book Is WrongSomewhere in the pantheon of anxiety dreams near “showing up to work naked” is “learning on-air that your book is totally wrong.”
  45. books
    Grace Coddington Illustrates the Life of Marc JacobsFor a whimsical new book.
  46. parties!
    A Surprise Book Party on the G TrainHosted by the woman behind Subway Book Review, an Instagram account for booklovers.
  47. books
    How to Do SomethingJenny Odell’s book changed me, for real. Or for at least a little while.
  48. books
    Susan Sontag Might’ve Written Her Ex-Husband’s Seminal BookA new biography contains compelling evidence that Sontag wrote Freud: The Mind of the Moralist.
  49. book excerpt
    The Same Story About My MomI am good at stories. I’m also good at indignation.
  50. q&a
    What It’s Like to Be at the Center of a Famous Literary HoaxA conversation with the person who embodied JT Leroy.
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