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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There once was an ideal masculine hero, full of manly characteristics including strength, courage, forthrightness and loyalty. He strode purposefully, possibly carrying weapons, across...

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Leonardo DiCaprio reunites with Romeo & Juliet director Baz Luhrmann in a new film version of The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic tale...

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Found on many "Best of 2012" lists, Jonathan Evison's The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving is a fresh take on the road-trip novel, featuring as...

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Jeffrey Brown's candid graphic novels about the complexity of love—including his 2002 debut Clumsy—are the inspiration for Save the Date, starring Lizzy Caplan and...

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Scott Hutchins' debut novel, "A Working Theory of Love," is a super-modern "Frankenstein" story, or an "Oedipus Rex"-in-reverse: A young man in San Francisco...

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Newly out in paperback, Jami Attenberg's bestselling novel, "The Middlesteins," is about a Jewish family in the Chicago suburbs whose interrelationships are complicated by their own fraught relationships...

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More than 60 years after its initial publication, Jack Kerouac's Beat Bible On the Road finally hits movie theaters this December. Kerouac once wrote...

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In celebration of its 50th anniversary, To Kill A Mockingbird returns to movie theaters nationwide on Thursday for one day only. Despite being Harper...

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Buy the Book   Actress, author, comedian, magazine writer, podcast regular: Annabelle Gurwitch is all of these things. One thing she’s not? A tech geek. When...

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Based on a short story from Tom Bissell's 2005 collection God Lives in St. Petersburg, The Loneliest Planet—in select theaters now—features Gael García Bernal as one...

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