By Lisa Rosman 8 min read
Amid all the crises happening in 2017, female leaders have really stepped to the forefront. These seven books prove that the future is truly female.
By James Atlas 4 min read
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.
By Lisa Rosman 5 min read
Henri Matisse made a name for himself through his use of color – and it’s not the only reason we’re still talking about him today.
By Jennie Yabroff 5 min read
In her new book What She Ate, culinary historian Laura Shapiro makes the argument that food is worth more than just its taste: it is a part of who we are.
By Signature 5 min read
This conversation with Thomas Ricks, the bestselling author of Churchill and Orwell, delves into a long-distance mutual admiration and more.
By Keith Rice 8 min read
We’re kicking off our roundup of essential Ernest Hemingway with a brand-new biography that may be the most comprehensive yet.