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The Birthplace Of 'Harry Potter' Isn't Where You 2020-05-22 15:36:39Author J.K. Rowling clears up this and a host of other Riddikulus rumors.

How The Publishing World Is Staying Afloat During 2020-05-21 05:45:35Quarantine may be a golden opportunity to finally read "War and Peace" — but it's not an easy time for the book industry.

Matthew Whitaker's Time As Trump’s Attorney General Was 2020-05-21 05:45:35The former acting head of the Justice Department doesn't reveal much about his time in office, but does praise Trump a lot.

An Official ‘Friends’ Cookbook Is Coming, So Get 2020-05-20 22:22:37The one with all the recipes.

How To Ditch The Diet Mentality Forever And 2020-05-20 05:45:19Diet culture creates a toxic relationship with food and exercise. This advice can help you break free from it all.

John Lithgow Taunts Rudy Giuliani, 'Trumpty Dumpty' Donald 2020-05-15 07:30:16The actor previewed “Trumpty Dumpty Wanted A Crown" on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."

21 Book, TV, Film And Podcast Suggestions For 2020-05-12 16:34:28For Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we asked for recommendations of what to read or watch to connect with AAPI community and culture.

Fauci Inspired Steamy Scientist Character In 1991 Romance 2020-05-06 00:34:33Sally Quinn said the "amazing" scientist in her bestseller was modeled after the infectious disease expert, whom she "just fell in love with" at a

François Clemmons Knows How To Look For The 2020-05-02 06:00:05In his new memoir, "Officer Clemmons," the “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” regular wants everyone to know what it was like to be a B

Key West Cancels Hemingway Look-Alike Contest Because Of 2020-05-01 19:12:51The three-night competition, which had been scheduled for July 23-25, typically attracts more than 100 burly, bearded contestants from around the worl

‘Normal People’ Is The Prestige Show Teen Romance 2020-04-29 18:10:58Hulu's adaptation of Sally Rooney's bestselling novel elevates familiar tropes and uses them to break (and then unbreak) your heart.

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David Means Reads “Two Nurses, Smoking” 2020-05-26 06:00:00Deborah Treisman hosts the author David Means, who reads his story “Two Nurses, Smoking,” from the June 1, 2020, issue of The New Yorker,

Lionel Shriver Is Looking for Trouble 2020-05-25 06:00:00The author’s contrarianism has made her famous, but fiction is what she believes changes minds, Ariel Levy writes.

The Scholar Starting Brawls with the Enlightenment 2020-05-25 06:00:00James Wood on whether the cult of rationality has blinded us to the power of transcendence.

David Means on Small Talk and Love Stories 2020-05-25 06:00:00Cressida Leyshon interviews the author David Means about his short story “Two Nurses, Smoking,” from the June 1, 2020, issue of The New Yo

Wartime for Wodehouse 2020-05-25 06:00:00Rivka Galchen on P. G. Wodehouse, who paid dearly for his indomitable high spirits in internment camps, though not in the way one might have expected.

How Baseball Players Became Celebrities 2020-05-25 06:00:00Louis Menand on how Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth transformed America’s pastime by becoming a new kind of star.

Briefly Noted Book Reviews 2020-05-25 06:00:00“The Death of Jesus,” “A Children’s Bible,” “The Equivalents,” and “My Autobiography of Carson McCulle

Sunday Reading: First Encounters with Legendary Figures 2020-05-24 06:00:00From The New Yorker’s archive, stories by John Hersey, Charles Cooke, Harold Ross, A. J. Liebling, Susan Orlean, Janet Flanner, Hilton Als, Andy

A Brief History of the Codpiece, the P.P.E. 2020-05-23 17:24:15Dan Piepenbring reviews Michael Glover’s book “Thrust: A Spasmodic Pictorial History of the Codpiece in Art.”

Anatomy of a Book 2020-05-21 17:56:17Susannah Kemple introduces a short film by D. W. Young about the special language of antiquarian booksellers.

“Michael Kohlhaas,” the Book That Made the Novel 2020-05-20 07:16:12Dustin Illingworth writes about a new translation of Heinrich von Kleist’s “Michael Kohlhaas,” from from Michael Hofmann, which was

The Mysterious “Sweating Sickness” in Hilary Mantel’s “Wolf 2020-05-20 06:00:00Jia Tolentino writes about reading Hilary Mantel’s “Wolf Hall” trilogy and how a mysterious illness described in the books resonates

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In the Vanguard of Trio Jazz with Micah New! 2020-05-29 03:00:41The piano trio has always held a special place in my experience—and imagination—of jazz clubs. And the most exciting debut on record that

The Pillage of India 2020-05-28 09:30:32Through adroit use of its well-trained, disciplined armies, over the course of the eighteenth century the East India Company expanded its influence in

‘Don’t Look for a Soothsayer’: An Interview with Harry Enten 2020-05-28 03:00:04Matt Seaton: What is polling good for, why does it matter, and what are its limits? Harry Enten: Election polling can be used to help understand which

Who Cares? Now, All of Us Must 2020-05-27 03:00:11Amid this combined health and economic crisis, we are all struggling to take care of our families in new and unfamiliar ways. That is when it dawned o

Classified Information 2020-05-26 12:30:07Fifty years ago, the NYRB printed a non-personals classified in the issue of May 21, 1970. “AFRICA BY ROAD,” the ad read. “Need Good

Cracking Open the Ordinary in the Plays of 2020-05-26 03:00:38All these months later, as we go about our pandemic days, waiting to be out in the world again, I think about that moment when Lucy began to dance in

A Novel Way to Think About Literary Categories 2020-05-25 03:00:22I want to propose a different way of categorizing novels, or at least arranging the ones you have read on your shelves: something that came to me afte

Picturing Climate Crisis in Miami 2020-05-23 03:00:18FloodZone evokes not so much the tension between Miami’s ecological precariousness and its irrepressible beauty as their intertwined unity. Upon

The Housing Vultures 2020-05-22 10:30:02In an alternate reality, the one progressives wanted, the government wouldn’t have bailed out the banks during the 2008 crash. When mortgage-bac

How the Street Homeless of New York ‘Shelter 2020-05-22 03:00:43The streets of Midtown Manhattan, especially around 42nd Street and the Port Authority Bus Terminal, have been unusually empty of the usual hordes of

Sex and Sincerity 2020-05-21 09:00:19What happens when someone sets out to write fiction that is “100 percent pornographic and 100 percent high art”? According to Garth Greenw

Horace’s How-To 2020-05-21 07:30:47In 476 lines of dactylic hexameter, one of the great Roman poets tells us, if not how he wrote his songs, at any rate how we should go about writing o

Books : NPR

How The Pandemic Is Affecting Book Publishing Industry 2020-05-26 16:16:45NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Jim Milliot, an editorial director at Publishers Weekly, about how the pandemic has affected the book business.

'St. Christopher On Pluto' Follows The Adventures Of 2020-05-26 13:13:42Nancy McKinley mixes screwball humor with social criticism in a collection of interlocking stories about two women who work at a mall in Northeastern

How Winston Churchill Pulled Britain Through The Early 2020-05-25 12:05:17In The Splendid And The Vile, author Erik Larson details the British prime minister's first year in office, during which England endured a Nazi bombi

André Leon Talley Writes About Wintour, Lagerfeld In 2020-05-25 05:07:00Longtime Vogue editor André Leon Talley has a new memoir out called: The Chiffon Trenches. In it, he describes rifts with Vogue editor Anna Win

Author Interview: 'They Were Soldiers' 2020-05-24 17:11:00NPR's Michel Martin talks with Joseph Galloway and Marvin Wolf, who covered the Vietnam War, about their new book They Were Soldiers: the Sacrifices

Ilhan Omar On Her Memoir And Moving The 2020-05-24 07:53:00Rep. Ilhan Omar has a new memoir about her journey to Congress after fleeing civil war in Somalia. She talked with NPR about her life and her hopes fo

Meredith Talusan On Her New Memoir, Life As 2020-05-23 03:15:00Author Meredith Talusan talks to NPR's Scott Simon about her new memoir, Fairest.

Pandemic Makes Evident 'Grotesque' Gender Inequality In Household 2020-05-21 14:26:00With more people staying home due to COVID-19, journalist Brigid Schulte says it's impossible to ignore "the fact that women bear so much more of th

'Brown Album' Centers On The Erasure Of Race 2020-05-21 07:00:02Porochista Khakpour's work is strongest when she turns the lens on herself to examine how she, too, is complicit; many essays here are just too tanta

Journalist Who Helped Break Snowden's Story Reflects On 2020-05-20 13:57:54Barton Gellman shared a Pulitzer for his reporting about former NSA contractor Edward Snowden and the country's secret surveillance program. His new

New Thriller Challenges Readers To Take Another Look 2020-05-20 07:00:08Ivy Pochoda keeps up her focus on the overlooked and forgotten in her new novel. Here, it's a group of sex workers and club dancers whose lives are c

'Outside' Magazine Correspondent Examines Her Fears In 'Nerve' 2020-05-20 05:08:00NPR's Noel King talks to Eva Holland, a correspondent with Outside magazine, about her new book: Nerve: Adventures in the Science of Fear, on how she

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