The People in the Trees was one of the most celebrated and imaginative debuts of 2013. Now author (and former editor) Hanya Yanagihara has put her creative talents to work in a twist on the "small-town friends trying to make it in NYC" story: A Little Life, which will be published by Knopf on March 10.
Every month, we review the hottest new romance releases in our Romance column. But why let the print books have all the fun? In Digital Dalliances, we highlight digital-only releases guaranteed to heat up your eReader.
The latest from Toni Morrison.
This week's links include news on The Goldfinch's film adaptation, insomnia-inducing news, "vaping" and more!
Thanksgiving is almost here, and although the turkey gets most of the credit, the side dishes deserve just as much attention. Luckily, Southern chef Sean Brock is sharing his simple, yet flavorful recipe for Creamed Corn. Check out our review of his new cookbook Heritage—our Top Pick for November!
The National Book Award winners have been announced!
Taisy Cleary and her twin brother, Marcus, haven't seen much of their father since he left the family when they were toddlers. Now, Wilson Cleary wants Taisy back in his life: He's writing a memoir, and needs her help. Taisy's reluctant visit also means meeting her teenaged half-sister for the first time.
Talk about a killer collaboration! MWA Grand Master Mary Higgins Clark and best-selling author Alafair Burke have teamed up for the brand new Under Suspicion series, starring characters from Clark's I’ve Got You Under My Skin.
"The question that will burn in a reader’s mind when she finishes Some Luck, Jane Smiley’s marvelous new novel, is: How long do I have to wait to read the second volume in The Last Hundred Years trilogy?" So began our October interview with Smiley. Well, now we have the answer: Knopf plans to publish Early Warning on
From exotic dishes to homey comfort food, these are the best cookbooks of 2014—along with their great recipes! Because is there anything more satisfying than eating a delicious meal you made yourself?