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Thursday 19th April 2018
Nonfiction: The Essays Are Personal. The Truths Are Universal.
Q&A: Tracy K. Smith and Jacqueline Woodson Talk Reading, Race and Spreading the ...
Cleo Wade Is Everybody’s BFF
Wednesday 18th April 2018
Read The Times’s Reviews of Every Book That Won a 2018 Pulitzer
Fiction: A Paralyzed Army Vet Walks Again. Is He Healed — or Is It a Hoax?
Venice Architecture Biennale to Honor Kenneth Frampton
Nonfiction: In ‘The Woman’s Hour,’ the Battle Over the 19th Amendment Come...
Books of The Times: In ‘God Save Texas,’ Lawrence Wright Ranges Far and Wide
Fiction: For These Characters, Foreign Cultures Are Just Another Consumer Good
Feature: Harvey Karp, Baby Mogul
Tuesday 17th April 2018
Nonfiction: Can Sobriety Be as Interesting as Addiction? A Writer Wonders
Bill Nack, Who Covered the Horses From Up Close, Dies at 77
Books of The Times: After Disaster, Japan Seals Itself Off From the World in ‘...
Superman Turns 80. The Red Trunks Still Fit.
New & Noteworthy
Nonfiction: Freeman Dyson’s Life, Through His Letters
Match Book: Dear Match Book: Genre Fiction by Black Writers, About Black Charact...
Courtroom Drama: Producer Offers to Stage Disputed ‘Mockingbird’ for Judge
Monday 16th April 2018
New York Times and New Yorker Share Pulitzer for Public Service
Front Burner: A Favorite in a Full Field of Drinks for Derby Day
Books of The Times: Scorching, Sophisticated New Work From Two of America’s Le...
The Vending Machine That Spits Out Short Stories
Q&A: Why Paul Theroux Loves Cape Cod
Fiction: Jo Nesbo Sculpts ‘Macbeth’ Into Shadowy Crime Noir
Sunday 15th April 2018
Q. & A.: Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book: Disarming Humor in ‘Heads of the Co...
Saturday 14th April 2018
Another Harry Potter Landmark: At $68 Million, the Most Expensive Broadway Nonmu...
Friday 13th April 2018
Jean Marzollo, 75, Dies; Her ‘I Spy’ Books Challenged Children
Children’s Books: Speaking Truth, Beautifully, to Shattered Young People
Novels by Kazuo Ishiguro and Zadie Smith Are Adapted for Stage
Style Q. & A.: Is British English Conquering America, or Vice Versa?