Nadine Rubin is the former editor in chief of ELLE South Africa. She moved to New York five years ago and has written for Harper's Bazaar and the New York Times. She has an MA in arts and culture journalism from Columbia University.

Sixteen years after Jeffrey Eugenides’ debut novel The Virgin Suicides was published to acclaim, he talks to Nadine Rubin about getting fired for writing it and getting his break from George Plimpton.

British psychoanalyst Susie Orbach wrote a landmark bestseller on weight and treated Princess Diana’s eating disorders. In Bodies, she takes on Freud and says physical perfection is overrated.