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Book Review: Mentor: A Memoir by Tom Grimes

A rich look at the friendship between two complex writers. Read More »

Having “The Talk” with Nikol Hasler

Sex: A Book for Teens dishes on parenting, sex-ed, and her uninhibited Tweets. Read More »

Through the Lands of Fantasy: A Conversation with Lev Grossman, Author of The Magicians

NYT Bestselling Author and TIME book reviewer Lev Grossman chats about fantasy, modernism, drunken bears, and his novel The Magicians. Read More »

Book Review: The Magicians by Lev Grossman

A journey into the dark shadows of magic as Lev Grossman inverts childhood fantasies in this decidedly adult novel. Read More »

Book Review: Sex: A Book for Teens: An Uncensored Guide to Your Body, Sex, and Safety by Nikol Hasler

Teens are walking bundles of hormones. Hasler gives them the tools to cope with the pitfalls of sex. Read More »

Book Review: The Bolter by Frances Osborne

A biographical peek at a life of sex, drugs, and drink through the lens of family history. Read More »

Interview with Author Malena Watrous

Debut novelist and writing instructor Malena Watrous discusses If You Follow Me, life as an English teacher in Japan, and the art of writing and of mourning with humor. Read More »

Book Review: Bad Mother: A Chronicle of Maternal Crimes, Minor Calamities, and Occasional Moments of Grace by Ayelet Waldman

Bad Mother makes for a good book. Funny, heartbreaking, unsettling, and always, always honest, Ayelet Waldman looks closely into the corners of parenting. Read More »

Interview: Minrose Gwin, Author of The Queen of Palmyra

The author of The Queen of Palmyra discusses her novel, the insidious persistence of racism, and her writing. Read More »

Book Review: Manhood for Amateurs, by Michael Chabon

Funny, insightful, and sometimes troubling, Chabon drives us through the meaning of manhood into humanity. Read More »