How would life in the United States change for women if terminating a pregnancy was outlawed? A recent novel imagines the outcome, and two others delve into the issue.
Her autobiography, a biography and a cultural critic’s take give insight into the star’s long career.
Books set from the United States to Nigeria showcase the bonds between mothers and their children.
More than 200 writers will convene in New York City next week to discuss the blurred lines between our public and private lives.
The romance novelist Cristiane Serruya has been accused of copying passages from dozens of writers.
Read about the country’s decades long civil war and its toll on the Sri Lankan people.
Here are reviews of the 15 winners and finalists for the awards.
The objections noted for each book reflect the issues dividing the United States.
The co-founder of the cultural criticism website Very Smart Brothas mines his experiences in a new memoir, “What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Blacker.”