In excerpts from a new collection, the former Times critic explores some of her favorite books, now with reimagined covers.
Ms. Lurie wrote about academics and intellectuals, straying spouses, snobs and artists, in novels of close observation and sharp prose.
His Lower East Side performance space has been an incubator for poets, playwrights and other artists, many of them not initially embraced by the mainstream.
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The Times.
“Especially on a rainy day off … sitting in a comfy chair.”
Bridging the literary and aesthetic worlds, some of the year’s best large-scale, illustrated hardcovers offer immersion and escape — right from your living room.
A poem with a breath that moves from the intimate to the vast, from solitude to community.
The 21-year-old University of Pennsylvania student got her start as an obsessive, book-a-day reader of young adult fiction.
Anthony Horowitz’s new meta-mystery features possible clues to a murder inside an Agatha Christie-like novel.
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