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Meet the Writer Expanding Our Knowledge of Extinction

Talking science and fiction with “The Tusks of Extinction” author Ray Nayler

What Can Great Vocalists Tell Us About the Music We Love?

Zachary Pace on writing “I Sing to Use the Waiting”

Hunting and Fishing Helped Writers Like Hemingway Hone Their Craft

He's not the only storied writer with a foot in multiple worlds

TASCHEN's Semiannual Sale Means It's the Best Day for Your Coffee Table

Take up to 75% hundreds of titles from this high-end arthouse publisher

The 10 Books You Should Be Reading This February

From ruminations on modern desire to a history of an influential newspaper

A Younger Generation Is Embracing Public Libraries

Good news at a challenging time for libraries

Is the Algorithm Inevitable? This Book Argues It’s Not.

Kyle Chayka on the making of “Filterworld”

A New Book Shows a Very Different Side of the Rolling Stones

“The Rolling Stones: Icons” features a stunning lineup of photographers

What Can the History of Travel Tell Us About Its Future?

Shahnaz Habib discusses her engaging new book “Airplane Mode: An Irreverent History of Travel”

How to Read More Books Than Ever This Year

The first part of this six-step plan: giving up on "War and Peace"

Rian Johnson Explained the Literary Roots of the "Knives Out" Films

A recent interview with the filmmaker offers some notable book recommendations

The 10 Books You Should Be Reading This January

Relics, cults and Surrealist art abound in this month’s book picks

This New Edition of a Classic Book Evokes Ireland's Landscape and History

Making the definitive edition of “I Could Read the Sky”

Library Checkout Data Points to Americans' Favorite Books in 2023

"Lessons in Chemistry" and "Spare" loomed large on some lists