The author of “The Given World” picks six war stories of brutality, humor, and beauty.
The actress and memoirist on her favorite books — including one that hits particularly close to home.
The author of “Tibetan Peach Pie” on authors whose “words themselves can be as thrilling or transportive as any narrative.”
The author of “The Poser” on stories which find the “soul of the teller revealed through language”.
A reading list of great books about work, from the author of “Between You & Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen”.
A Discover Great New Writers Award finalist on the “stories that reconnect us to the natural world.”
2014’s Discover Award Winner for Nonfiction on his favorite stories of engagement with the natural world.
The actor on the artists who’ve influenced his own camera work, now captured in his alluring new book.
Acclaimed author Kristin Hannah on her reasons for writing her latest novel, a World War II story of sisterhood, escape, and romance.
Authors and artists on the stories –true and otherwise — that defined their year.
The author’s favorite novels about challenges of faith, and the struggle to understand the divine.
“These books all start with the infusion of chaos into a person’s life. They keep posing the question – what happens next?”
The television star and author of Not That Kind of Girl on the three books which inspired her own.
Trips to Tibet, North Korea, Palestine, and Afghanistan with the acclaimed writer-cartoonist.