Michael Lewis touches down in the nations damaged by the 2008 financial meltdown and proves – yet again – that he can turn anything into compelling prose.
From Walt Whitman to Jonathan Safran Foer, Brooklyn holds a unique place in America’s literary history.
Frederick Law Olmsted – a man of strange and restless talent – dreamed of making a better, greener world accessible to all.
Dorothy Wickenden talks about how her grandmother and her best friend – society girls from the East – headed West for adventure in 1916.
James "Whitey" Bulger – alleged gangster and known book lover – was sometimes sought in bookstores during his 16 years on the run.
Less than 4 years after they were introduced by Amazon, e-books have now overtaken print.
How did Margaret Marcus – a middle-class Jew from Larchmont, N.Y. – become Islamic ideologue Maryam Jameelah?
"The Captain," a new Jeter biography coming out next month, is already the subject of speculation.