In her hugely popular book, Rachel Hollis asks women to interrogate the lies they’ve believed about themselves. But what about the ones she’s telling?
His champions now span the ideological spectrum, but left and right miss the tensions in his views.
The novelist and screenwriter has built an enormous following, especially among women, by portraying them at their worst.
The conversation is as old as fan fiction itself.
From the neon-drenched noir of "Altered Carbon" to the technophobic "Black Mirror," dystopia is all over mainstream entertainment these days — and considering the current political climate, it's easy to see why.
How young adult horror novels of the 1980s and '90s turned teen angst into an epic struggle against the forces of darkness.
For two years, the pseudonymous literary sensation corresponded regularly with the director adapting "My Brilliant Friend" for HBO. But the resulting show is a testament to her elusiveness.
Pop-horror writers like R. L. Stine see fear and storytelling the way the Victorians did.
What's the most influential book of the past 20 years?
The Strand, New York City's largest independent bookstore, is owned by a millionaire — and the booksellers who work there are all broke.
"If I read, I'm pretty sure my favorite novel would be..." is such an odd response that several people curiously had.
What happened to the steady job? Gig-economy start-ups like to imply that it has outlived its usefulness. Americans are supposed to have rejected it, leaving behind the ornery supervisors, fixed schedules, and rigid corporate culture that come with dependable employment.
For years, my attempts at stories involved white people doing white people things; or as I thought of it, people doing people things.
The author chatted with Vulture about the new book, why he stopped tweeting and how Ellis's socialist millennial boyfriend is saving him from his "old man on the porch disillusioned way of looking at things."
The first fiction about Mars arose from speculation about its moons.
Why did we turn an isolated teenage girl into the world's most famous Holocaust victim?
A new book collects fantastic literary geographies.
Everything about this computer-written branching horror story is scary. Can you make it to the end alive?
Woolf published "Flush," a biography of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's cocker spaniel, and immediately regretted it.
Brain activity doesn't tell us what someone is experiencing.
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