I didn't have a bad time watching, but, man, I just wish it were better.
From a rerelease of Morgan Parker's first poetry collection to steamy YA — here are some great books out in paperback this month.
Hacks, Bo Burnham’s Inside, and Mae Martin’s Feel Good tackle the existential crisis of trying to be funny when the world is on fire.
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Featuring space operas, dystopian futures, supernatural romance, sapphic retellings, and more, this list has something for every SFF fan looking for LGBTQ+ stories.
Some new reads to get you through the last week of May.
Hot off the presses!
From an HBO detective thriller to a new comedy from Tina Fey.
Get 'em while they're hot!
May the fourth...and these books...be with you.
Are these great titles still on your TBR? Now you can get them in the best format.
Victor Hugo, Cuban Rap, And Working With Families Facing Deportation: Here's What Inspired "Of Women And Salt"
Gabriela Garcia shares the art, music, and history that inspired her while writing her debut novel.
Ending the month on a strong note!
You might say these books ~hit it out of the park~.
Oprah's book tour, multiple poetry panels, a conversation about HBO Max's Made for Love adaptation, and more.
Are you a movie buff, mega reader — or both?
Celebrate the best holiday this Saturday, April 24.
In London’s Soho, a young millionaire intent on converting an old building into luxury condos finds out the hard way that its tenants won’t leave without a fight.
Ahead of a summer with already lofty expectations, many people are obsessing over how their bodies have changed in the pandemic.
From a high school football star falsely accused of sexual assault to a pair of college lovers charged with murder, here are some riveting docuseries you might have missed.
This year's winners include a playwright and showrunner, a professor of planetary science, and one of most promising African writers under 40.
Bless the book gods!
Practical advice from Hallie Bateman's new book, Directions: Really Good Advice for Getting From Here to There.
Jeff VanderMeer and Karen Russell, Rachel Kushner and Kim Gordon, a panel on writing about social pressures and racial identity, and more.
"Ọṣun couldn’t remember the last time someone asked her what she actually wanted. People sought to touch without acknowledging her desire to be caressed, to consume without realizing her craving to just be held."
Perfect for celebrating Earth Day.
The pioneering franchise shaped how reality TV handled race. Now the first two Black castmates are grappling with its legacy.
“They’re killing people mentally and physically. They just push, push, push.” (An excerpt from Billionaires: The Lives of the Rich and Powerful.)
Where do I even begin??
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