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As an editor he championed writers, like Judy Blume, who changed the landscape of literature for young people. He later became a writer himself.
Ronan Farrow’s “Catch and Kill,” the Nobel Prize for Literature and more.
John le Carré takes aim at Brexit and Boris Johnson in his new novel, “Agent Running in the Field.”
Should an author’s family have a say in what the author chooses to write about them?
Dana Thomas discusses “Fashionopolis,” and Steven Greenhouse talks about “Beaten Down, Worked Up.”
In new graphic novels (one by Kristen Gudsnuk, the other by Shannon Hale and LeUyen Pham), the key to middle school relationships is being true to yourself. If that fails, try magic.
In new books from Elisha Cooper, Oge Mora, Joo Hee Yoon and more, kids, adults and creatures blow off steam and let it all hang out.
An expert shares the tricks of her trade.
Farrow writes that NBC tried to shut down his reporting about sexual assault and harassment allegations against the Hollywood producer.
What is it really like to love, work and struggle in the Sunshine State? The characters in a new wave of books and TV shows have not just survived — they’ve thrived.
The author Zukiswa Wanner understands why the Kenyan capital is a magnet. She shares her favorite places in her adopted city.
Lizabeth Cohen’s “Saving America’s Cities” recounts the career of the grandly ambitious urban planner Edward J. Logue.
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.
In the fourth book by a “Queer Eye” star this year, the show’s grooming expert comes out as H.I.V. positive.
Readers respond to recent issues of the Sunday Book Review.
Amaryllis Fox opens up about espionage, government-issued sex and coming of age in her memoir, “Life Undercover.”
Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
Ms. Ruhl, who learned she had Bell’s palsy in 2010, will explore her struggle with the condition in a book.
In “Antisocial,” Andrew Marantz traces the disheartening evolution of social media from the land of the free to the home of the depraved.
The rock star’s memoir, “Me,” traces his path from suburban homebody to superstardom and beyond.

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