Fiction

Fiction

Is there anything like the joy of diving into a novel? If there is, we sure haven’t found it yet. Grab your favorite reading chair and get cozy. We’ve got all of the fiction content you’ll need to be your most bookish self.

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Miranda Priestly is back! Hitting bookstores June 4 is Revenge Wears Prada: The Devil Returns, Lauren Weisberger’s sequel to her 2003 bestseller The Devil...

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Tupelo Hassman, author of the hit novel Girlchild—about coming-of-age in a Reno trailer park—shares why she writes first drafts on junk mail envelopes and...

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Clair Vaye Watkins, an assistant professor at Pennsylvania’s Bucknell University, beat out Pulitzer Prize winner Junot Diaz and National Book Award finalist Dan Chaon...

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After an opening Roth quip expressing hope that his death precedes the release of his biography, we hear straightaway from a pair of women,...

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Prize-winning poet and memoirist Sarah Manguso discusses her latest book, The Guardians, about the unexpected death of her best friend. Zola: Denial is one of the...

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Twenty years after Kenneth Branagh's celebrated film adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing, director Joss Whedon brings Shakespeare's romantic comedy back to the big...

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From 350 fiction books published in 2012 and submitted for consideration, only five were chosen by judges Walter Kirn, Nelly Rosario, and A.J. Verdelle...

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Tina Fey lightens the stress of the college application process in Admission, based on Jean Hanff Korelitz's 2009 novel about a Princeton University admissions...

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Banned upon publication, Matthew G. Lewis's 1796 gothic novel The Monk—written when he was just 19—tells the story of a Capuchin friar who must...

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Infidelity, obsession, secrets, family expectations: These are just a few of the issues author Randy Susan Meyers tackles in her second novel, The Comfort...

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