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Julian Castro, the former San Antonio mayor and Obama cabinet member, reviews Ed Morales’s new book on the diversity and hybridity of Latino identity.
The first lady’s memoir arrives just ahead of her multicity arena tour.
Andrew Roberts’s “Churchill: Walking With Destiny” tells the full story of an extraordinary life.
Filled with food, music and hard toil, selections of the two-time poet laureate’s work are brought together in “Monument.”
Kiese Laymon’s memoir, “Heavy,” is a son’s unflinching portrait of a mother whose violent love and exacting expectations were meant to protect him from harm.
A New York University dean and professor, he also advanced his views running for governor and comptroller of New York State and heading think tanks.
Brian Michael Bendis reflects on the first time he met Stan Lee and how Mr. Lee inspired him in his two-decade career at Marvel Comics.
“The Mini Bar,” a new book set from the website Punch, offers recipes categorized by wine or spirit.
In “Let It Bang,” the African-American journalist RJ Young writes of learning about firearms in order to nurture a connection with his white father-in-law.
In “Accessory to War,” the astrophysicist offers a history of space exploration and the ways it has been aided and abetted by warfare and its needs.
In a new audio series, the actor Nick Offerman explores political, cultural and ecological shifts through the author’s palate.
Five new books touch on American Jewish identity and what will sustain it into the future.
The temporary cancellation of his appearance at a literary festival had been seen as the latest sign of erosions of freedom in Hong Kong.
From 1969 to 1995, he tackled two or three books a week, making and breaking literary careers.
“ ‘The Street’ is my favorite type of novel, literary with an astonishing plot.”
The former first lady’s memoir is mostly about her childhood in Chicago, her marriage and her time in the White House, but she leaves room for some unequivocal criticism of President Trump.
In these books, writers tell complex wartime stories that do not end after the soldiers come home.
A Latvian refugee, he helped found Soho Press, a champion of emerging authors, and edited James Baldwin’s last novel. His own writing career came later.
Katie Kitamura’s novel is our November pick for the PBS NewsHour-New York Times book club, “Now Read This.”
Six new paperbacks to check out this week.

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