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Books

Be Not Proud: 10 Books To Help Us Face Mortality

As we get older, coping with loss (as well as our mortality) becomes a full-time job. The following books will help you prepare, and cope, with grace.

Books

Why the World is Finally Ready for More Joan Didion Adaptations

With a gradual shift towards appreciation of female self-possession, cinema finally may be ready to embrace Joan Didion's novels and essays.

Culture

Filmic Joan Didion: On the Writer and ‘The Center Will Not Hold’

The upcoming Netflix documentary, "Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold," will be released on October 27th. Here's a brief look at Joan's legendary life.

Culture

Fall Movies 2017: The 20 Adaptations We Can’t Wait For

As we head into one of our most favorite times of year, we're looking ahead to the movie and TV adaptations for which we're most excited.

Illustrations

Joan Didion’s 1970 Trip to Mississippi, Illustrated

In 1970, Joan Didion had lunch with Stan Torgerson, the white owner of the local black radio station in Meridian, Mississippi. She did not enjoy it.

Books

Original Sins Coiled Like Snakes in Joan Didion's New South and West

In 1970 Joan Didion spent a month driving through the rural South with her husband. The new book South and West draws on her observations while there.