The latest from Zadie Smith, Jennifer Weiner, Mike Myers and more.
Toronto writer Sam Maggs highlights the accomplishments of female scientists, inventors and spies in Wonder Women.
An Irish girl survives on nothing but holy devotion in The Wonder.
Feminist Fight Club, a new survival guide for women at work, offers tips for navigating difficult gender dynamics on the job.
The shelves are stacked with compelling characters, twisty plots and buzzy authors (oh hey, Emma Donoghue). This reading list is so good you’ll forget Netflix exists.
In her nuanced new novel, The Best Kind of People, a celebrated teacher and father is accused of sexual assault, leaving his family to deal with the complicated truth about the man they love .
The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo has plenty of laughs, but the darker it gets, the more it shines.
Author Anne Tyler talks about the role of Baltimore in her new book Vinegar Girl. Plus, a few travel recommendations.
Author Chris Cleave talks about the role of London in his new novel Everyone Brave is Forgiven. Plus, what to do if you visit.
Emma Straub’s latest about well-to-do New Yorkers trying to navigate parenthood, friendship and romance will charm its way into your beach bag.
The author of Precious Cargo: My Year Of Driving the Kids on School Bus 3077 on adult cruelty, normalizing special needs and the value of friendships with expiry dates.
A father’s depression is chronicled across decades in this deeply empathetic book from Pulitzer Prize-nominee Adam Haslett.
A novel about a 1920s competitive female runner, a memoir about how marathons are like romantic relationships and more.
The Eligible author on Jane Austen, modern romance and what has (and hasn’t) changed since Regency-era England.
The comic artist shares her thoughts on the reality of cancer, optimism and how to (gracefully) talk to a sick person.
Joan Crate’s novel Black Apple folds together faith, tenacity and human fallibility.
Rebecca Traister, the author of All the Single Ladies, on the price of marriage, deep female friendships and bad sex.