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Nonfiction: In ?Raising Trump? and ?The Kardashians,? Two Portraits of Modern...
James Wolcott on two books about the larger-than-life dynasties shaping our cultural and political lives.
Nonfiction: The Day Wall Street Collapsed
Diana B. Henriques?s ?A First-Class Catastrophe? is a minute-by-minute account of the stock market disaster of Oct. 19, 1987.
By the Book: Andy Weir: By the Book
The author of ?The Martian? and, most recently, ?Artemis? has never read Frank Herbert?s ?Dune?: ?Yes, I know. I?m the worst sci-fi fan in the universe.?
Profile: A Chinese Novelist Is Found in Translation
For Xue Yiwei, Canada was a safe haven in which to write, but now he?s finding an audience abroad that appreciates his subversive novel.
Fiction: After ?Mad Men,? Matthew Weiner Turns to a Novel of Madmen
A psychopathic construction worker, a violently overprotective father and an adolescent girl form a dangerous triangle in ?Heather, the Totality.?
Crime: Deadly Deeds, From Snowy Iceland to the 42nd Street Library
New crime novels by Barclay, Indridason and Lehane take readers from New York to Reykjavik. Then Goldstone goes back in time for a medical mystery.
The Book Review Podcast: Mother Knows Best?
James Wolcott talks about ?Raising Trump? and ?The Kardashians,? and Tina Brown discusses ?The Vanity Fair Diaries.?
Editors? Choice: 11 New Books We Recommend This Week
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
Nonfiction: Queen of the Glossies
?The Vanity Fair Diaries: 1983-1992? is Tina Brown?s own record of running that influential magazine, and all the glittering prizes that came with it.
Now You Can Read the Book From ?Jane the Virgin?
Jane Villanueva?s book will finally be published on the show. It will also be available for fans to purchase in real life.
Our Back Pages: Notes From the Book Review Archives
In which we consult the Book Review?s past to shed light on the books of the present. This week:Elizabeth Hardwick on the art and meaning of the essay.
Marvel Entertainment Names New Editor in Chief
C.B. Cebulski is named editor in chief of Marvel Entertainment. Axel Alonso departs.
Fiction: A Soccer Novel More About the Players Than the Play
With masculinity in its sights, Ross Raisin?s ?A Natural? dares to tackle frustration and thwarted action as its themes.
Audiobooks: Nate Dern Narrates His Schizophrenic but Substantive Collection o...
In the audiobook edition of ?Not Quite a Genius,? a senior writer for Funny or Die explores an impressive medley of forms, themes and voices.
Audiobooks: ?Murder on the Orient Express? Reveals Its Mysteries Anew
In a new audiobook, Kenneth Branagh reads one of Agatha Christie?s most convoluted and ingenious plots.



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