Joyce Maynard's 1972 essay captured life in 1960s America—and the attention of one of the world's most enigmatic icons.
The author explored both light and heavy subject matter—covering everything from contemporary adolescence to dystopian worlds and the Holocaust.
While en route to Pennsylvania, a penniless teenager meets the man who will change his life forever.
These female sleuths would earn Phryne's seal of approval.
The author of "Daughters of the Inquisition" tells us why she's so interested in women's history and how, by learning from the mistakes of the past, we can change the future.
Overlooked? Yes. Forgotten? Not on our watch!
The prolific British author deserves a place on your bookshelf.
Both authors were awarded Carnegie Medals for "literary excellence" by the American Library Association.
Paramount TV has acquired the rights to the MaddAddam Trilogy, a dystopian series by "The Handmaid's Tale" author.
Oscar-winning actress Julianne Moore is set to star in an upcoming adaptation of Steinem's "My Life on the Road."
This Thanksgiving, a more grown-up Anne faces more grown-up challenges.
In light of the recent ban on Harper Lee's classic, one writer reflects on the history of racism and "To Kill a Mockingbird" in the South.
J.D. Salinger and Harper Lee were among the clan of writers who eschewed fame for solitude.