Readers should embrace classic literature, but we shouldn’t worship The Classics.
Born 124 years ago today, Christie may be a write-off for snobs, but her continued popularity proves her significance.
Let’s be real: No one wants to get caught reading Fifty Shades of Grey on the subway.
On the road in Idaho and Montana, a cross-country investigation into alternate perceptions of consciousness takes a devastating detour through Haiti.
Get from Oscar Wilde to Roald Dahl in 12 romances.
A nun in New York City helps trafficked women find freedom.
Hemingway, Joyce, Faulkner — history is supposedly littered with alcoholic authors, but the truth is that drinking doesn’t lead to better writing.