What more to say?
Untangling the mess of gender and genre issues at stake in Jennifer Weiner’s ongoing struggle to get some recognition for commercial women’s fiction.
What belongs on the pages of the Times Book Review?
A new film sets off the expansion of the Harry Potter Universe.
The judges are calling it the most diverse in the history of the literary award.
The best 9/11 novel barely even mentions that terrible day.
Rory Gilmore must be the most well-read character in TV history.
Ender’s Game is a rebuttal to its author’s hateful beliefs. Which matters more, the book or the man?
Early reviews are coming in, and they’re pretty stellar.
Mary Gaitskill has written a takedown of Gillian Flynn’s massively popular Gone Girl that’s set the literary world abuzz. It’s an interesting read, if a bit confused.