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An Iconic Character Changes in Go Set A Watchman

According to early reviews, Atticus Finch is different from the man we knew in To Kill A Mockingbird.

By The Reading Room

8 Essential Books for Your Yoga Journey

Author Kathryn E. Livingston shares her top picks for those beginning (or continuing) their practice.

By Kathryn E. Livingston

James Beard’s Stuffed Bread on the Grill

Fire up the coals for a couple of recipes from The Complete Book of Outdoor Cookery.

By Rachel Krupitsky

10 Outrageously Funny Books for Boys

Pigs that drink coffee, aliens who eat planets—things are about to get crazy.

By Mary McAveney

Books Behind the Headlines

Dive deeper into this week's top stories.

By Kyle Davis

11 Literary Late Bloomers

These authors redefine the golden age.

By Renata Sweeney

James Gleick’s 5 Favorite Books

The acclaimed writer of Chaos shares a handful of nonfiction works that have inspired his own.

By James Gleick

10 Books Every College Grad Should Read

Kind of like a course curriculum. But for life.

By Molli Carlson

The Mermaid and the Minotaur: “The Uncle Tom’s Cabin of Men Raising Children”

Gloria Steinem reflects on Dorothy Dinnerstein's feminist classic and gender equality in early societies.

By Gloria Steinem

10 Essential Authors of Chicano Literature

The best in modern Mexican American literature.

By Laura De Silva

Still on the Edge: Gloria Steinem Explores the Marge Piercy Classic

Gloria Steinem discusses the continued importance of Marge Piercy's sci-fi classic, Woman on the Edge of Time.

By Gloria Steinem

15 Cuba Travel Tips Every Tourist Needs to Know

Author Andrei Codrescu tells it like it is: Headed to the island? Pack aspirin and chocolate. And more.

By Early Bird Books Staff

6 Lovers Better than Mr. Darcy

There is love beyond Pemberly, and the following heroes from these Euro romance novels prove it.

By Grace Srinivasiah

Short Story: “Food of the Gods,” by Simon R. Green

The British sci-fi author shares a dark delicacy with a twist you won't see coming.

By Early Bird Books Staff

The Sacred Hoop: “Patriarchy is Neither Universal Nor Inevitable”

Paula Gunn Allen, a Native American activist, offers hope for the future in The Sacred Hoop, says Gloria Steinem.

By Gloria Steinem

Sacramental Horror: Scaring the Hell out of People for 1,500 Years

Horror writer Jonathan Ryan shares how he uses his Christian faith to inspire, but not define, his writing.

By Jonathan Ryan

Gloria Steinem on Patriarchy and Power in The Handmaid’s Tale

How Margaret Atwood's classic shows the significance of reproductive freedom.

By Gloria Steinem

5 Tips for Adopting Rescue Pets

Author Susan Morse and greyhound rescuer Claudia Presto get to the nitty-gritty of giving an animal a forever home.

By Susan Morse

Gloria Steinem on the Many Reasons to Read The Group

How Mary McCarthy's classic can be read as an indicator of change—or the lack of it.

By Gloria Steinem

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