On their own, Julia Child's delightful descriptions of Paris—her adopted hometown—will transport you to the City of Light.
Marion Palm, a Brooklyn mother on the lam, is an antiheroine who will embezzle her way into your heart in Emily Culliton's debut novel, 'The Misfortune of Marion Palm.'
Journalist Virginia Heffernan's 'Magic and Loss' brilliantly succeeds at capturing the aesthetics, mysteries, and ideology of the Internet.
Justine Goode's Summer 2017 TBR is all about transition and change, featuring women like Maggie Nelson, Virginia Woolf, and Nora Ephron.
The novels of Jessie Fauset, an overlooked writer of the Harlem Renaissance, deserve to be recognized for their continued relevance today.