How the Camp David Accords between Israel and Egypt happened — against the odds.
By JOSEPH O'NEILL
If you’re a servant of the unspeakably wealthy, are you responsible for what you help them do? Review by Katherine A. Powers.
One of Spain’s most acclaimed novelists traces his development in both fiction and memoir. Essay by Scott Esposito.
By DON CARPENTER
A lost master’s reissued gems balance grime and luster on the mean streets of Los Angeles. Review by Charles Taylor.
Trips to Tibet, North Korea, Palestine, and Afghanistan with the acclaimed writer-cartoonist.
“[Wikipedia] has rejected a photographer’s request to remove a set of photos of a crested black macaque because the photos were taken by the monkey.”
This week in history: Magellan and the Mayflower set sail, inspiring stories of courage, exotica, and flying cows.
Can neuroscience, meditation, and pharmaceuticals open the door to nirvana?
Talking the difference between writing novels and short stories, Hollywood, and secret pizza recipes with the author of 2 A.M. at The Cat’s Pajamas.
Imagining the trip to Bharat — and sexual awakening — that inspired E. M. Forster to write A Passage to India.
Prosecutor Bell Elkins returns for her third mystery set in small-town West Virginia.
With Acceptance, a three-volume expedition into the uncanny reaches its climax.
In the wake of a worldwide pandemic, a search for what might endure.
A compassionate, “unembedded” report from Afghanistan’s front lines.
The film and television star on learning to write for himself, his greatest fears, and the childhood experiences that spurred his debut novel Nightmares!