With “Stella Maris,” the novelist unloads the second volley in the double-barreled publication of two paired novels this fall.
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Part crime story, part metaphysical exploration, the Pulitzer-prize-winning author’s first novel since “The Road” is a fascinating but sometimes uneasy mash-up of styles and ideas.
When the super-rich descended upon Teton County, they gushed about its natural beauty. They had less to say about the locals who got pushed out of paradise.
In ‘Bullshit Jobs,’ the anthropologist David Graeber ticks off the many ways in which people feel they waste their lives from 9 to 5.
The 2017 winner of the literary world’s highest honor sat down with Nick Romeo in 2015. The indefatigable novelist was the very definition of reader-friendly.
Silicon Valley big shots like Sergey Brin and Peter Thiel are obsessed with immortality, and historian Yuval Harari's new book plays right into their fantasy.
We should’ve listened to Plato, and Aristotle, too, for that matter: They warned us that skilled orators feed our craving for what sounds good but leads to a post-fact world.
The venerable environmentalist organization has been around for 125 years, battling all sorts of politicians, but its leaders call Trump’s election an ‘extreme challenge.’
Greece’s economic collapse and social disarray make the country ripe for satire, which helps explain why a centuries-old comedy by Aristophanes is a big hit there this summer.
If time is money, then female workers should be off the clock at 3 p.m.