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There’s Something About Serena What is it about Serena Williams that brings the world’s best tennis players to their knees?

The Good, the Bach, and the Ugly Playwright Nina Raine unpicks the difficult personality of the 18th-century composer

Bret Easton Ellis’s Rules of Attraction The shock jock of American letters is back with a serialized audiobook that eschews the culture wars for something closer to home

July 14, 2021

Short List Books to read this week, including a memoir from Rachel Johnson, sister of Boris; an inside look at the Secret Service; the true story of a Montauk shipwreck; and a colorful history of spas

July 14, 2021

Building Castles in the Air Photographs highlight the revolutionary work of today’s leading women architects

Digital Liberation The Internet can be a dangerous place for women. But it has also powered a revolutionary global movement for women’s rights

Graham Norton Has a New Story The comedian and talk-show host discusses his new novel—and whom he wants to interview next

O’Keeffe O’Clock New York City street scenes meet oversize flowers and the American West in a sweeping survey of Georgia O’Keeffe’s epic work