Feminist icon Clementine Ford on new book, How We Love

Feminist icon Clementine Ford on new book, How We Love

Clementine Ford is appearing at the Auckland Writers Festival. Ahead of her appearance at the Auckland Writers Festival this month, Australian feminist icon Clementine Ford talks to Naomi Arnold about her new book, How We Love. Birthing a baby is a brutal shock to body and mind. But one of the hardest things Clementine Ford … Read more

Sunday Reading: Writers at Work

Sunday Reading: Writers at Work

With The New Yorker’s annual Fiction Issue arriving on newsstands—not to mention smartphones and computer screens—this week, we’re whetting your appetite with some extraordinary portraits of literary artists at work. More from the Archive Sign up for Classics, a twice-weekly newsletter featuring notable pieces from the past. In 2014, Ian Parker published “Inheritance,” a Profile … Read more

The Atlantic Expands Books Coverage and Announces Imprint with Zando

The Atlantic Expands Books Coverage and Announces Imprint with Zando

The Atlantic, a literary destination since its founding 165 years ago as a magazine of “Literature, Art, and Politics,” is today unveiling a dramatically expanded Books section devoted to essays, criticism, reporting, original fiction, poetry, and book recommendations, and announcing a first-of-its-kind book imprint called Atlantic Editions in partnership with the independent publisher Zando. Atlantic … Read more

Elliot Page and Emmy Raver-Lampman talk new season of 'The Umbrella Academy' l GMA – Good Morning America

Elliot Page and Emmy Raver-Lampman talk new season of 'The Umbrella Academy' l GMA – Good Morning America

Elliot Page and Emmy Raver-Lampman talk new season of ‘The Umbrella Academy’ l GMA  Good Morning America Elliot Page Says Life Has ‘Drastically’ Improved Since Coming Out As Trans  HuffPost Elliot Page reveals his life has ‘improved drastically’ since coming out as trans  Daily Mail Elliot Page Explains How Transitioning Has ‘Drastically’ Improved His Life  Just Jared Elliot Page … Read more

9 Books by Black Authors We Can’t Wait to Read This July

9 Books by Black Authors We Can’t Wait to Read This July

If you’re looking for a great summer read for your 10 – 12-year-old, Booked by Kwame Alexander is a great option. The follow-up to his Newbery-award winner, The Crossover, this book tells the story of a 12-year-old boy who is dealing with a school bully, problems at home, and trying to impress his secret crush. … Read more

How James Patterson Became the World’s Best-Selling Author

How James Patterson Became the World’s Best-Selling Author

“Man, do I have stories to tell,” James Patterson writes in his new autobiography, “James Patterson” (Little, Brown). The best-selling author does serve up stories, lots of them; the book is a grab bag of anecdotes, many of which have the tone and the import of a humorous icebreaker in a Rotary Club speech. There … Read more

Trauma Is Everywhere. Write About It Anyway.

Trauma Is Everywhere. Write About It Anyway.

Every day—through TikTok, Instagram, and Zoom—the internet forces us to think about how we present ourselves to the world, giving us endless opportunities to construct our identities anew. Little wonder, perhaps, that the personal feels ubiquitous in contemporary writing, too, with a slew of publications that draw from, or appear to draw from, the lives … Read more