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Susan Orlean, author of the bestselling nonfiction books The Orchid Thief and Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend, has picked her next...

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Debut memoirist and acclaimed photographer Christa Parravani discusses her new book, Her—about the life and death of her twin sister—and shares what she most...

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If you appear 13 times on Jeopardy, chances are, you know some stuff. Bob Harris did just that in 2002, leading to a book...

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As a counter to the oft-maligned maleness of the comics sphere (both its authors and readers), Clamp, an all-female group of manga artists and...

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Dubbed the "laureate of American lowlife" by Time in 1986, hard-living poet and novelist Charles Bukowski died 19 years ago this week. Here, in...

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Focus Features and Playtone are teaming to produce a film version of Neil Gaiman’s upcoming horror-fantasy novel, The Ocean at the End of the...

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David Toomey, author of the new nonfiction book Weird Life, discusses odd organisms and the likelihood of life beyond Earth. Zola: Let's cut to the chase: Do...

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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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Author of Warm Bodies and the new sequel The New Hunger—available only at Zola—Isaac Marion shares what it was like to see his novel become the...

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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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