Jim Crace announced he was done with fiction five years ago, but he's still writing.
Is Fourth-Wave Feminism All About Boobs and Beauty?
Can you find feminism in celebration of the body?
What is Banksy all about?
From Bristol to the Tate Modern to Miami, a new book looks at Banksy's evolution.
Is the circus art?
The difference between the stage and the big top.
When the best thing to do is to settle for good enough
Robert E. Goodin argues for the importance of settling for things. Cass Sunstein argues that behavioral economics can help you to decide when to settle.
The new world of animal cognition
A unique moment in the study of animal cognition.
His last book reveals under-acknowledged features of his work.
Humiliation as a Way of Life
Baudelaire thought that everything natural was corrupt. This perverse, humiliating belief changed the face of literature.
Conservative book publishing has a new obsession
Conservative book publishing has a new favorite product: American Care Act survival guides.
The Savage New World
Bernard Bailyn paints a bloody picture of colonial life. Alan Taylor is skeptical.