1. trans rights
    Daniel Radcliffe Responds to J.K. Rowling’s Anti-Trans Tweets“Just as a human being, I feel compelled to say something at this moment.”
  2. the industry
    Over 1,000 Publishing Workers Strike to Protest Industry RacismThey’re tweeting under the hashtags #PubWorkers4BlackLives and #PubWorkers4Justice.
  3. the industry
    Roxane Gay and Other Authors Reveal Salary Disparities With #PublishingPaidMeUrban fantasy novelist L.L. McKinney started the call to action.
  4. close reads
    What Is an Anti-Racist Reading List For?It is unclear whether each book supplies a portion of the holistic racial puzzle or are intended as revelatory islands in and of themselves.
  5. the longest lives
    What I’ve Learned So FarLessons from artists and thinkers.
  6. excerpt
    ‘Would You Be My Kiss‑in Partner?’During a protest at Harvard, Josh Oppenheimer’s kiss shook me into the awareness that I was not quite a man.
  7. accio
    J.K. Rowling Fact-Checks Some ‘Utter Nonsense’ About Harry Potter’s Origins“I was thinking of putting a section on my website about all the alleged inspirations and birthplaces of Potter.”
  8. vulture recommends
    Want Is the Summer Book I Couldn’t Put DownIt’s a defining novel of our age of left-behind families.
  9. summer 2020
    29 Books We Can’t Wait to Read This SummerThey will shake you out of your stasis.
  10. fashion du jour
    9 Upsetting Anna Wintour Stories in André Leon Talley’s Memoir“Simple human kindness. No, she is not capable.”
  11. encounter
    The Psychic Will (Virtually) See You NowLaura Day joins the growing ranks of healers delivering their services via teleconferencing.
  12. encounter
    André Leon Talley Would Still Take Anna Wintour’s CallFrom his living room in White Plains, the fashion writer on his new memoir and old friends.
  13. profile
    In Case of Emergency, Read Olivia LaingFrom The Lonely City to Funny Weather, the author writes to find a path forward through pain.
  14. book review
    What’s the Deal With Eels?A new book examines what we know about the mysterious creature, and a lot more that we do not.
  15. great adaptations
    AMC Is Sucking the Rights From Anne Rice’s Vampire NovelsEverything in The Vampire Chronicles and The Lives of the Mayfair Witches.
  16. books
    Former Drama Teacher Chasten Buttigieg to Release MemoirI Have Something to Tell You comes out on September 1.
  17. books
    Simon & Schuster President and CEO Carolyn Reidy Dies at 71“As a publisher and a leader, Carolyn pushed us to stretch to do just that little bit more; to do our best and then some for our authors.”
  18. roll clip!
    Netflix Announces Elena Ferrante Adaptation Before We Can Even Read the BookThere’s already a teaser.
  19. spoiler city
    What to Expect in Outlander Season 6, According to Diana Gabaldon’s BooksIt’s getting tougher to predict exactly what’s coming for Claire, Jamie, and Fraser’s Ridge, but one thing’s for sure: There will be tears.
  20. read like the wind
    A Children’s Bible and 9 Other Reads I Can’t Get Out of My HeadThere are two types of sad people in the world — the books here are for both of them.
  21. story time
    Let Daniel Radcliffe Read the First Chapter of Harry Potter to YouWe demand a celebrity reading of “My Immortal” next.
  22. awards
    Colson Whitehead Wins Second Pulitzer Prize, A Strange Loop Wins for DramaPlus, New York’s own Justin Davidson is a finalist in criticism.
  23. sexy vampires
    A New Twilight Book Is Coming to Feast on Your NostalgiaThis time, Edward tells the story.
  24. keeping up with the royals
    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Reportedly Agree to Tell-All BiographyWhat royal rules?
  25. a long talk
    Not So Normal AnymorePaul Mescal and Daisy Edgar-Jones are the heart of Normal People’s sexy, angsty romance. And now they’re famous.
  26. close reads
    I Read Woody Allen’s Memoir So You Don’t Have ToFirst off, there are two short passages that will forever change the way I think about him. I cannot unread, unhear, unknow them. I wish I could.
  27. books
    ‘Mondays With Michelle Obama’ Joins the Children’s Story Time Livestream GameBetween Michelle and Dolly, that’s two whole hours of entertainment for your kid per week.
  28. adaptations
    Middlesex Series to Be Directed by 50 Shades of Grey’s Sam Taylor-JohnsonThe book by Jeffrey Eugenides won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
  29. book du jour
    We’ll Take ‘Alex Trebek’s New Memoir Will Make Us Sob’ for $1,600The Answer Is…: Reflections on My Life will be released in July.
  30. books
    It’s Garry Shandling’s Show Was Almost a Terrible NBC SitcomAnd other things we learned from comedy writer Alan Zweibel’s new book.
  31. one grand books
    Samantha Irby’s 10 Favorite BooksGone Girl, The Outsider, Made for Love, and more.
  32. read like the wind
    Nine Moons and 9 Other Reads I Can’t Get Out of My HeadToday, we feast on sizzling memoirs, Hollywood novels, and deranged hippie misadventures.
  33. read a book
    Join Samantha Irby for a Live Reading of Wow, No Thank You.Followed by a chat with Angelica Jade Bastién, tonight on Vulture’s Instagram Live.
  34. true crime
    The Last Podcast on the Left Hosts Break Down the Art of True-Crime Comedy“We defang them, we stare in their faces, we laugh at how pathetic they are.”
  35. coronavirus
    You’re Going to Have to Wait a Little Longer for Elena Ferrante’s New BookThe Lying Life of Adults has been pushed to September.
  36. backstories
    The Man Who Knew Too MuchThe plot of Lawrence Wright’s new novel was always prescient, but it arrived much sooner than he thought it would.
  37. books
    Everything We Learned From Woody Allen’s Controversial MemoirFrom his affair with Soon-Yi to the molestation allegation.
  38. trailer mix
    Watch a Very Sex-Forward Trailer for the Normal People TV ShowPremiering on Hulu on April 29.
  39. obits
    Children’s Author Tomie dePaola, Writer of Strega Nona, Dead at 85The children’s author created more than 250 books during his career, including the adventures of Big Anthony and that magic pasta pot.
  40. books
    Dolly Parton Is More Than Happy to Read You and Your Kids a Bedtime StoryHopefully, Dolly’s voice can counteract the whole “waking up at 4 a.m. in a full panic attack” part of quarantine.
  41. reading lists
    The Books Our Political Writers Are Reaching for Right NowA reading list for finding some perspective in a crisis.
  42. all by myself
    9 Great Books With Lonely ProtagonistsInvestigating the wild terrain of the isolated mind.
  43. strange times
    ‘I Feel Like an Asshole All the Time’: Promoting a Book During a PandemicBess Kalb on releasing Nobody Will Tell You This But Me as the world burns.
  44. books
    Michael Scott Had a Pet Parrot Named Jim CarreyAnd other interesting things we learned from a new book about The Office.
  45. book excerpt
    An Oral History of The Office’s Insane Fire Drill EpisodeAn excerpt from Andy Greene’s The Office: The Untold Story of the Greatest Sitcom of the 2000s.
  46. book excerpt
    Kenny Rogers Was Never Just One Kind of ArtistPop-country owes a debt of gratitude to the late singer and his debut hit “Lucille.”
  47. coronavirus side effects
    Lena Dunham Is Publishing a Romance Novel One Chapter at a TimeBecause clearly no one has time to read a whole book right now
  48. memoirs
    Woody Allen’s Memoir Is Out Under a New PublisherArcade Publishing released Apropos of Nothing two weeks early.
  49. endings
    Hilary Mantel Thinks the Last Book Is Her BestThe author on her final beheading, and debuting the last installment in her trilogy with no book tour.
  50. reading lists
    What to Read During Self-Quarantine, According to McNally Jackson BooksellersFrom a Silicon Valley memoir to World War II history.
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