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Becoming a Biographer: How to Tell Someone Else’s Life Story

James Atlas always knew he wanted to be a writer, and eventually became fascinated by biographers. Here, he shares what it was like to become one himself.


Remember When It Was the 1970s? Yeah, Us Too

Steve Rushin's memoir, Sting-Ray Afternoons, has left us thinking about the glory days of the 1970s, when it was particularly good to be a kid.


The Path to Greatness: 12 of the Best Women in Sports Books

These eleven books are a few of our favorites and recount the inspirational and sometimes painful stories of women in sports.


Literary and Culinary Icon Judith Jones Dies at 93

The worlds of books and food have lost one of their greats today with the passing of Judith Jones at the age of ninety-three.


This New Book Shows Andy Warhol (and Then Some) Through New Eyes

Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni’s memoir, After Andy, offers up a brand-new way to see Andy Warhol, thanks to her honest recounting of the Warhol era.


Chasing Kevin Bacon: Julie Klam on Hunting Her First Celebrity Crush

Julie Klam, author of The Stars in Our Eyes, explores the fascination we have with celebrities through the lens of her childhood obsession with Kevin Bacon.