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best of 2018
The 10 Best Book Covers of 2018, Described by Their Designers
The artists behind the year’s most eye-catching covers talk about their sometimes torturous process.
Your Definitive Guide to All of Haruki Murakami’s Books
The great, the good, the not so good, and those we’ll just pretend never happened.
The Stories Behind Haruki Murakami’s Most Iconic Book Covers
A sense of “inimitable, cozy alienation” hangs over each of Kidd’s book covers — a description that also applies to Murakami’s best novels.
How Haruki Murakami’s
Cover Came Together
Revealed exclusively on Vulture.
17 Reviews of Opening Lines of New Books
How fair is it to judge a book by its opening? We’re doing it anyway.
Haruki Murakami’s Advice Column Is Now an 8-Volume Book
It includes his responses to 3,716 questions.
The Best of Haruki Murakami’s Advice Column
“Listen to Ray Charles and spend your time wiping your tears.”
Haruki Murakami Is Starting an Advice Column Because You Need It
It’s a way for the publicity-shy author to connect with his fans.
Haruki Murakami Is Releasing a New Book
The Strange Library
Haruki Murakami Favorite for Nobel Prize
With ten-to-one odds.
A Haruki Murakami–Led Tour of Japan Goes Just As You’d Want It To
A ‘1Q84’ warm-up.
Read an Excerpt From Haruki Murakami’s
Read “Town of Cats.”
Read the Opening Lines of Haruki Murakami’s
“The taxi’s radio was tuned to a classical FM broadcast.”