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‘Pharma’ paints a troubling picture of an unchecked 2020-03-27 18:45:47Gerald Posner’s book covers the history of drugs and drugmakers, in particular the Sackler family, whose Purdue Pharma is implicated in the opio

English chef serves up tart opinions and a 2020-03-27 18:33:32Thom Eagle’s "First, Catch: Study of a Spring Meal" is not a cookbook. It's about being connected to the earth through every ingredient.

Dan Jones plunges into the clash of religions 2020-03-24 17:11:59The popular historian examines the violence and fanaticism, as well as the devotion and conviction, at the heart of the holy wars.

They walked free. Until a reporter knocked at 2020-03-24 16:37:42Journalist Jerry Mitchell dug up evidence that helped reopen decades-old civil rights-era murder cases in the South, including that of Medgar Evers.

Winston Churchill led Britain with grit, bombast, and 2020-03-20 10:33:44In “The Splendid and the Vile,” Erik Larson portrays London during the Blitz, focusing not only on Churchill but also on his family and fr

Too early to plant? Grab a gardening book. 2020-03-17 18:31:27A bumper crop of titles encourages the use of native species, shares practical tips, and offers guidance and inspiration.

Zadie Smith’s ‘Grand Union’ is a superb mélange 2020-03-17 18:24:41She captures contemporary life through multifarious voices, exploring race and class, gender roles, generational differences, and politics.

‘Dominion’ tracks the influence of Christianity across centuries 2020-03-17 18:07:56Historian Tom Holland has written an engaging chronicle of the ways in which Christian thought gradually spread through the West.

Music history was shaped by rebels 2020-03-13 14:21:36Ted Gioia's latest book is a fresh, cogent journey through the long history of personal expression through musical rebellion.

‘The City We Became’ turns New York’s boroughs 2020-03-12 17:01:56N.K. Jemisin’s science fiction novel wastes no time with preliminaries. It’s a ferocious parable of modern race relations.

In March, a bounty of authors at the 2020-03-12 16:39:00Hilary Mantel, Louise Erdrich, N.K. Jemisin, and more top-tier contemporary writers release books that show off their literary prowess.

Ida Tarbell and the magazine that helped break 2020-03-11 16:12:48“Citizen Reporters” tells of tenacious journalist Tarbell, and the eccentric editor S.S. McClure, who gave McClure’s magazine its cl

The New York Review of Books

How Authoritarians Are Exploiting the Covid-19 Crisis to 2020-03-31 03:00:12Censorship in China and elsewhere has fed the pandemic, helping to turn a potentially containable threat into a global calamity. Recognizing that the

A Change in Lesson Plans: Homeschooling in a Pandemic 2020-03-30 03:00:07When word came on the evening of March 15 that the city was finally closing public schools, my relief was laced with panic. My husband and I still hav

Pandemic Journal, March 23–29 2020-03-29 06:30:37A running series of brief dispatches by New York Review writers documenting the coronavirus outbreak with regular updates from around the world, inclu

Portrait of New York City on Lockdown 2020-03-29 06:08:20An eerie silence has descended New York City. Taxis drive by one after the other, lights on, searching for a rare customer. It’s so foreign to w

Plagues and Pandemics: Further Reading 2020-03-27 03:00:25Aside from world war, nothing has the capacity to touch every citizen on the globe like a pandemic. History has much to teach us about facing the spre

‘Since I Became Symptomatic’ 2020-03-26 11:31:13Being a single parent is like being a parent except you’re always alone. Being a single parent in quarantine is like being a parent except the i

Pandemic Economics: ‘Much Worse, Very Quickly’ 2020-03-26 06:31:48Last week, Goldman Sachs predicted jobless claims could easily hit 2.25 million this week—seen by some as scaremongering but, it turned out, too

Illness & Crisis, from Medieval Plague Tracts to 2020-03-25 03:00:20When the plague arrived at Catalonia’s doorstep in April 1348, the learned physician Jacme d’Agramont wrote to address the “doubts a

‘Everyone Is Isolated’: An Interview with Yuan Ling 2020-03-24 05:01:50Ian Johnson: You’ve written both fiction and nonfiction. What would be the best way to approach Wuhan? Yuan Ling: The virus causes isolation and

In Brazil, Bolsonaro Gambles on a Coronavirus Culture 2020-03-23 11:13:30Bolsonaro was supposed to be against the idea of the populace forming large crowds in the streets, but he began tweeting out videos of the demonstrati

Pandemic Journal, March 17–22 2020-03-22 04:00:05Dispatches on the coronavirus outbreak from Madeleine Schwartz in Brooklyn, Anne Enright in Dublin, Joshua Hunt in Busan, Anna Badkhen in Lalibela, La

‘Pale Horse, Pale Rider’: A Story of the 2020-03-21 02:00:50Miss Hobbe had passed through, carrying a tray. “My dear child,” she said sharply, with a glance at Miranda’s attire, “wh


'A Matter Of Common Decency': What Literature Can 2020-04-01 09:00:47Authors explore questions of morality, evil, solidarity and survival in Albert Camus' The Plague, Geraldine Brooks' Year of Wonders and Karen Thomps

Dolly Parton Will Read Bedtime Stories To Kids 2020-03-31 14:39:16"Dolly hopes this series of stories will provide comfort and reassurance to coping kids and families during the shelter-in-place mandates," the Imag

Heaven And Hell Are 'Not What Jesus Preached,' 2020-03-31 13:25:19Bart Ehrman says the ideas of eternal rewards and punishments aren't found in the Old Testament or in the teachings of Jesus. His new book is Heaven

Jonathan Karl's Memoir Shows That Everyone Is 'Front 2020-03-31 10:43:00The ABC White House correspondent avoids bravado and knows better than to let insiders use his book to sound off about their enemies. But the obviousn

'Ordinary People' Books Can Help In This Extraordinary 2020-03-31 07:00:00Our kids' books columnist Juanita Giles reports that, stuck at home with her family, she's turned to a series by Brad Meltzer and Christopher Eliopo

Tomie dePaola, Beloved Children's Author And Illustrator, Has 2020-03-30 20:19:27The author and illustrator — who, by his own reckoning, worked on more than 270 titles — died Monday at age 85. Among his classics is the

A Reading List For The Social Distancing Era, 2020-03-30 16:22:00Graphic novelist and memoirist Raina Telgemeier delivers her list of what she's reading right now.

Authors, Publishers Condemn The 'National Emergency Library' As 2020-03-30 14:44:00Citing the coronavirus, the Internet Archive expanded its lending program for the digital copies of millions of books. But many writers and publishers

How Winston Churchill Pulled Britain Through The Early 2020-03-30 13:56:55In The Splendid And The Vile, author Erik Larson details the British prime minister's first year in office, during which England endured a Nazi bombi

Staying At Home? Check Into Emily St. John 2020-03-30 10:12:39The author of Station Eleven weaves together stories of a hotel worker and an ultra-wealthy con man in a novel that captures how precarious life is &m

Author Discusses Her 'Post-Holocaust Memoir' 2020-03-29 16:47:00NPR's Michel Martin speaks with writer Esther Safran Foer about her new book I Want You To Know We're Still Here: a Post-Holocaust Memoir.

'Save Yourself': Cameron Esposito Is Here To Help 2020-03-29 08:00:00The comic couldn't have known her memoir would come out in the midst of a global pandemic. But her aptly titled book includes observations that feel

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