Hope you like serifs!
A book that is both serious-minded and invites exclamation points into its margins.
Ron and Hermione are not the only bad pair.
Hindsight is always 20/20.
It'll be brought to you by the minds behind We're the Millers and Night at the Museum.
It may or may not be related to his Austen movie.
"I've gotten tons of e-mails from people asking, 'Please tell me the way to read it.'"
Since Stieg Larsson’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo became a publishing phenomenon in 2009, a few others have borrowed the title.
Jo March and Hannah Horvath are both the voices of their generations, or of a generation.
"I've never had Harrison Ford offer to let me use his jet or anything like that."
"I think there are moments in the history of a genre at which it sits up and looks at itself and as a result changes forever."
Out in September.
George Eliot’s em-dash — plus, T.S. Eliot’s ellipses ... (not to mention Vladimir Nabokov’s parentheses).
As well as an HBO series based on the life of Betty Halbreich, "the pioneering Bergdorf Goodman personal shopper."
Rebecca Mead's new book, My Life in Middlemarch, inspired me to revisit Eliot’s masterpiece.
The Odeon can be yours forever.
Eating, drinking, and talking shop with the longtime friends, each with a new book out today.
From Woody Harrelson to George Clooney to Beck.
Your Holmes/Watson slash fiction is now even more legally protected.
Like the parts about her raising a child and being bisexual.
The author of It's Kind of a Funny Story died yesterday.
About Today vs. Good Morning America vs. Our Shared Humanity.
But not the one Stieg Larsson was writing.