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Marlon James, Toni Morrison, and more.
The Vulture Spoiler Book Club on the shocking, hilarious, deeply moral stories of Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah.
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Chigozie Obioma, Kristen Roupenian, and more.
The director of On the Basis of Sex on how her own career has mirrored that of RBG’s.
A Rock Hudson biography, this year’s Booker Prize winner, and more.
His debut collection, Lucky Man, was a fiction finalist for last week’s National Book Awards.
Goldman died in his Manhattan home last night.
Jonathan Lethem, Lucia Berlin, and more.
Gothic novels, big-deal biographies, and more.
All the season’s probable (or wannabe) best sellers, from Michelle Obama, Michael Lewis, Sally Field, David Blight, and (sorry) Tucker Carlson.
The rise of audiobooks is a tech story, and the battle for its future involves the same players as the e-book wars.
From James Baldwin’s gender politics to the mass extinction of book reviews.
“This whole book was my favorite ‘Why I Left New York’ essay of all time.”
Gary Shteyngart, Jill Lepore, and more.
A guide to the playwright’s body of work, which spanned nearly 50 years.
Ling Ma’s Severance, Sam Anderson’s Boom Town, and more.
Megan Abbott, Keith Gessen, and more.