At last, the definitive book about perhaps the best cabin crew dramedy ever filmed View From the Top starring Gwyneth Paltrow In Ayoade on Top, Richard Ayoade, perhaps one of the most insubstantial people of our age, takes us on a journey from Peckham to Paris by way of Nevada and other places
Shea Serrano is back, and his new book, Movies And Other Things , combines the fury of a John Wick shootout, the sly brilliance of Regina George holding court at a cafeteria table, and the sheer power of a Denzel monologue, all into one Movies And Other Things is a book about, quite frankly,
From The New Yorkers fiercely original, Pulitzer Prizewinning culture critic, a provocative collection of new and previously published essays arguing that we are what we watch From her creation of the first Approval Matrix in New York magazine in 2004 to her Pulitzer Prizewinning columns for The
Ellis offers a first work of nonfiction meditating on the social media age The result is both a defense of freedom of speech and a critique of the likeability factor that can impede it.
Rachel Cusk redrew the boundaries of fiction with the Outline Trilogy, three literary masterpieces The Washington Post whose narrator, Faye, perceives the world with a glinting, unsparing intelligence while remaining opaque to the reader Lauded for the precision of her prose and the quality of
One of my absolute favourite writers Decca Aitkenhead Who would we be without stories Stories mould who we are, from our character to our cultural identity They drive us to act out our dreams and ambitions, and shape our politics and beliefs We use them to construct our relationships, to keep
The world first publication of a previously unknown work of fantasy by J.R.R Tolkien, which tells the powerful story of a doomed young man who is sold into slavery and who swears revenge on the magician who killed his father Kullervo son of Kalervo is perhaps the darkest and most tragic of all
In an age of confusion, fear, and loss, Hanif Abdurraqib s is a voice that matters Whether he s attending a Bruce Springsteen concert the day after visiting Michael Brown s grave, or discussing public displays of affection at a Carly Rae Jepsen show, he writes with a poignancy and magnetism that
A New York Times Book Review Editors ChoiceOne of our most beloved writers reassess the electrifying works of literature that have shaped her lifeI sometimes think I was born reading I can t remember the time when I didn t have a book in my hands, my head lost to the world around me.
No art has been denounced as often as poetry It s even bemoaned by poets I, too, dislike it, wrote Marianne Moore Many people agree they hate poetry, Ben Lerner writes, than can agree what poetry is I, too, dislike it and have largely organized my life around it and do not experience
From Zadie Smith, one of the most beloved authors of her generation, a new collection of essays Since she burst spectacularly into view with her debut novel almost two decades ago, Zadie Smith has established herself not just as one of the world s preeminent fiction writers, but also a brilliant
Essays on Storytelling In over 30 essays, written over 20 years, one of the world s great story tellers meditates on story telling Warm, funny, generous, entertaining, and above all, deeply considered, they offer thoughts on a wide variety of topic, including the origin and composition of Philip s