Liane Moriarty Isn’t Suffering For Her Art
The author strives to write for pleasure.
#Merky Books Prize Winner Jyoti Patel Writes From A Place Of Truth
Stormzy & Emma Dabiri were among the panel who chose 'Six of One' as their winner.
Writing A Memoir Helped Cecily Strong Process Her Grief
In 'This Will All Be Over Soon,' the comedian turns her interior monologues into book form.
For Michelle Zauner, Food Is Everything
"I'm such a garbage mouth."
The Author Of 'Three Women' Explores Sex & Trauma Once Again, This Time In Fiction
“Overlooking painful stories is still part of the problem,” says Lisa Taddeo.
'Detransition, Baby' Author Torrey Peters Procrastinates By Reading 'Moby Dick'
“Nobody can blame me for reading Moby Dick. Right?”
Bolu Babalola's First Short Stories Were "'The O.C.' Meets Meg Cabot"
One of her high school-era works was titled Summer Lovin’ — after the teen soap’s indelible mean girl, naturally.
For Stacey Solomon, Being In Control Of The Little Moments Is Enough
The singer and TV host discusses taking 'Tap To Tidy' from Instagram featurette to full-length book.
Priyanka Chopra Jonas Wanted Her Memoir To Read Like Letters To Her Younger Self
"[I feel like I'm] looking back at my teenage self and saying, 'Girl, what are you doing? Don't make an ass out of yourself.'"
Comedian Catherine Cohen's Poetry Reads Like Your Most Salacious Group Chat
"I'm always looking to read something that seems very personal or intimate."
Angie Thomas Listened To Tupac & Outkast While Writing 'Concrete Rose'
"[It] was a 90s hip hop playlist all the way through!"
How 'Caste' Became The Definitive Anti-Racist Text Of 2020
In a year of reading lists and racial reckoning, Isabel Wilkerson's book cut through the noise.