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“The Year She Left Us”: An angry Chinese adoptee’s story

Kathryn Ma's multigenerational novel gives glorious voice to one of China's "lost daughters" living in the U.S.

The problem with Thomas Piketty:

After "Capital," we'll never talk income inequality or meritocratic myths the same way. But we must talk unions.

Douglas Coupland:

The novelist who named Gen X on Nirvana, interviewing Morrissey, a "Law & Order" obsession and his wild new novel

Douglas Coupland:

The novelist who named Gen X on Nirvana, interviewing Morrissey, a "Law & Order" obsession and his wild new novel

Listen to James McAvoy and Benedict Cumberbatch perform Neil Gaiman’s “Neverwhere”

The BBC has released the three-hour audio recording, streaming for free for a limited time

Stephenie Meyer says “traditional romance” books are “too smutty”

“Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer may have spawned a culture of mommy porn and a subculture of vampire fetishism with her trilogy about Bella Swan and vampire lover Edward Cullen, but that was never her intention. The Mormon mother of three told the G

Fiction: “Double Take” by Jessica Francis Kane

The early death of a college friend sparks a lawyer to take a look at his life, but change is in the perspective

Fiction: “Double Take” by Jessica Francis Kane

The early death of a college friend sparks a lawyer to take a look at his life, but change is in the perspective

Fiction: “Double Take” by Jessica Francis Kane

The early death of a college friend sparks a lawyer to take a look at his life, but change is in the perspective

Fiction: “Double Take” by Jessica Francis Kane

The early death of a college friend sparks a lawyer to take a look at his life, but change is in the perspective