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Books coming out this week: “Tomorrow Will Be Different,” “Census,” and more

Books coming out this week: “Tomorrow Will Be Different,” “Census,” and more

Phew. We did it, everyone. We made it through another awards show season. For the last two months, Sunday nights were synonymous…

Joseph O’Neill Reads “The Poltroon Husband”

Joseph O’Neill reads his story “The Poltroon Husband,” from the March 12, 2018, issue of the magazine.
Wallis Simpson Was No Bold Forerunner

Wallis Simpson Was No Bold Forerunner

The life of Wallis Simpson, the woman who almost brought down a monarchy, has been told many times—by the woman herself, by her husband the erstwhile King Edward VIII, and by several biographers. It
How Los Angeles Is Quickly Becoming a Cycle-Friendly City

How Los Angeles Is Quickly Becoming a Cycle-Friendly City

From Beverly Hills to Pasadena, discover the best paths to explore

iOS 11.3 beta 4 brings back ‘iBooks’ app

The latest iOS 11.3 beta, rolled out to registered developers Monday, includes a small but significant change to one of Apple’s apps. “iBooks” has returned after briefly being renamed “Books.” The

Why is Paul Allen building the world’s largest airplane? Perhaps to launch a space shuttle called ‘Black Ice.’

A massive airplane being built by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen moved a step closer to flight last week, when it crept out of its hangar in Mojave, California. and practiced rolling down the runway,

How Aviation Can Help African Economies Take Off

A strong aviation industry can boost African economies, but entrenched interests and other hurdles must be removed, say the authors of 'Fly Africa.'

Dazzling Chickens Strut for the Camera in a New Photo Book by Moreno Monti and Matteo Tranchellini

Italian photographers Moreno Monti and Matteo Tranchellini have created a glamorous book of dozens of chicken portraits, photographed in a sleek, high-fashion inspired style. The endeavor began in
The Little Women Are Brooklynites in a New Graphic Novel Adaptation

The Little Women Are Brooklynites in a New Graphic Novel Adaptation

Little Women is a classic novel about four sisters finding themselves and their purpose in life during one of the most tumultuous times in American history. To celebrate the novel’s 150th anniversary,

Christopher Steele, the Man Behind the Dossier

Jane Mayer explains how the former spy Christopher Steele compiled his infamous “Russia dossier,” a secret report on Trump’s ties to Russia.
Stuff We Love: Exploring Thedas beyond the video games with Dragon Age novels

Stuff We Love: Exploring Thedas beyond the video games with Dragon Age novels

Novels inspired by video games can add a lot to the playing experience. The tie-ins often expand on the world we’ve explored on screen and give us insight into the lives of characters we met along the
Inside the Mind-Numbing Literature of North Korea's Dictators

Inside the Mind-Numbing Literature of North Korea's Dictators

The Kim family hasn't just ruled the country for three generations—they've also been the Hermit Kingdom's leading authors.
The Little Women Are Brooklynites in a New Graphic Novel Adaptation

The Little Women Are Brooklynites in a New Graphic Novel Adaptation

Little Women is a classic novel about four sisters finding themselves and their purpose in life during one of the most tumultuous times in American history. To celebrate the novel’s 150th anniversary,
Bear and Wolf: A Tender Illustrated Fable of Walking Side by Side in Otherness

Bear and Wolf: A Tender Illustrated Fable of Walking Side by Side in Otherness

A watercolor serenade to kinship across difference in a shared world.
Why this bookstore is only stocking titles written by female authors

Why this bookstore is only stocking titles written by female authors

Nestled between kaleidoscopic graffitied walls on a blink-and-you'll-miss-it side street in east London lies a bookstore with a difference. The shop, which is called Like A Woman, only stocks books
'Call Me By Your Name' is a book worth reading—even if you've already seen the film

'Call Me By Your Name' is a book worth reading—even if you've already seen the film

Whether you've seen the Academy Award nominated film or not, Call Me By Your Name is worth your time. On this week's episode of the MashReads Podcast, we're continuing our lovely streak of books that

This Bookstore Seamlessly Aligns People’s Faces With the Perfect Book Covers

A post shared by librairie mollat (@librairie_mollat) on May 14, 2017 at 9:45pm PDT Last year we introduced you to Librairie Mollat, a French bookstore based in Bordeaux that’s famous for on ongoing
Here’s what happens to Meg and Calvin after “A Wrinkle In Time,” because the couple that tessers together, stays together

Here’s what happens to Meg and Calvin after “A Wrinkle In Time,” because the couple that tessers together, stays together

A Wrinkle in Time is a *very* busy novel. At face value, it’s a sci-fi novel about a trio of kids on…

The best ways to track your TV, music and reading habits

We've all done it: browsed friends' bookshelves, riffled through their vinyl collection or peeked through a stack of video games left in front of their TV. You can learn a lot about people based on