How the relatively unknown American conservative shaped our society more than anyone else
Eight questions with crime writer Laura Lippman, whose new collection of psychological suspense stories is out this month
What is it about gentleman-thief Arsène Lupin, Maurice Leblanc’s answer to Sherlock Holmes, that makes him so endlessly appealing?
Illustrations old and new bring the world of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz to life
The Eileen and My Year of Rest and Relaxation author has a new short story reflecting her old frame of mind
The digital quest to conquer backgammon, a game dating back to ancient times, has been won. What now?
While John, Paul, George, and Ringo became the most recognizable names in the world, Brian Epstein worked behind the scenes to keep the boys together. Nearly 60 years on, we revisit his memoir
A new book explores the role of Robert Nemiroff in the success of Lorraine Hansberry, the force behind A Raisin in the Sun with Sidney Poitier
Michel Houellebecq’s books have shocked and appalled readers. His latest novel proves there are insights behind the controversies