“We all made it this far in evolutionary history. So scientifically, we are all in this together.”
The novelist and business writer on his new guide to understanding the strange — but vital — jargon of finance.
“My relationship with L.A. is largely imaginative; it allows me to ignore the untenable aspects of L.A. today,” says the author of Perfidia.
The creator of Game of Thrones talks the untold history of Westeros, and working with “some of the greatest Fantasy artists in the world” on his latest vision.
The star of stage and screen on his boyhood dreams, falling in love, grocery shopping with Tom Hanks, and his keys to living well.
The jazz innovator talks about finding Buddhism, his relationship with Miles Davis, and teaching the ethics of an artform.
The author of Gray Mountain on his first stories, work ethic, proudest moments, and the books he still wants to write.
The Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Lila (a 2014 National Book Award finalist) on the benefits of loneliness, how characters come to her, and the most important advice she gives to aspiring writers.
The author of Steve Jobs returns with a collaborative history of the Digital Age.
The star of stage and screen on her favorite roles, maple tree poetry, and Lady Parts.
The author of A Load of Hooey and star of AMC’s forthcoming series Better Call Saul on life after Breaking Bad, discovering comedy as a child, and what makes a book funny.
“These books that they call “YA” aren’t simple,” says the author of The Interestings and Belzhar, her new novel aimed at teens.
The author of On Immunity explores the fear that drives “anti-vax” advocates, its causes, and its cost.
The author of Sugar Skull doesn’t believe in multiverses: “I have trouble enough navigating the reality I find myself in.”