When Covid-19 struck, Stanford closed its classrooms. The novelist Daniel Mason turned his students’ last assignment into an exercise for staying well.
With stores temporarily shut down and other industry disruptions, some of the most anticipated titles of the spring are being pushed back to later in the year.
Helped by a raft of strong women, the heroine of Kate Messner’s “Chirp” reclaims the parts of her childhood she’s not ready to leave behind.
The end of relationships, the end of life, the end of civilization: Collections from Major Jackson, Carolyn Forché, Victoria Chang and Danez Smith imagine the worst.
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.
Allen’s “Apropos of Nothing,” recently released after being canceled by its original publisher, covers his childhood in Brooklyn, his career and the abuse allegations against him.
Claire Weekes, a pioneer in treating anxiety, offered simple and soothing advice that has come to influence much of our approach to panic.
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
An art critic shares his best advice for transforming that uncomfortable feeling into a thing of beauty.