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The B&N Podcast: Reginald Hudlin on The Black Panther

B&N PODCAST

The B&N Podcast: Reginald Hudlin on The Black Panther

Posted by The Barnes and Noble Review ×

The filmmaker and writer joins us to talk about his role in making the history of Wakanda.
The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border

CURRENT EVENTS

The Line Becomes a River: Dispatches from the Border

Reviewed by Barbara Spindel ×

A former border patrol agent offers a lyrical and timely memoir on the contradictions and cruelties of the crossing between Mexico and the United States.
The B&N Podcast: Morgan Jerkins

AFRICAN-AMERICAN CULTURE

The B&N Podcast: Morgan Jerkins

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The author of "This Will Be My Undoing" on race, gender, and the struggle to be seen for who you are.
The Friend

FICTION

The Friend

Reviewed by Michele Filgate ×

In Sigrid Nunez's novel, a woman takes on an unexpected new companion.
The B&N Podcast: Melissa Albert

B&N PODCAST

The B&N Podcast: Melissa Albert

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The author of the bestselling YA novel "The Hazel Wood" on turning fairy tales into an uncanny 21st-century adventure.
Jefferson’s Daughters: Three Sisters, White and Black, in a Young America

AMERICAN HISTORY

Jefferson’s Daughters: Three Sisters, White and Black, in a Young America

Reviewed by Julia M. Klein ×

A historian attempts to chart the very different lives of Thomas Jefferson's children.
To Fight Against This Age: On Fascism and Humanism

CURRENT EVENTS

To Fight Against This Age: On Fascism and Humanism

Reviewed by Adam Kirsch ×

Can a call to "Western" values restore the center of 21st-century civil society?
Asymmetry

READING IN COMMON

Asymmetry

Reviewed by Heller McAlpin ×

Lisa Halliday's debut novel is a three-part work folded like "literary origami."
The B&N Podcast: Tayari Jones

B&N PODCAST

The B&N Podcast: Tayari Jones

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The author of "An American Marriage" talks about her extraordinary story of a young couple dealing with the consequences of a terrible injustice.
The Afterlives

FICTION

The Afterlives

Reviewed by Melissa H. Pierson ×

Romance and philosophy mix in Thomas Pierce's paradox-fueled debut novel.
“Remember the Maine!”

DAYBOOK

“Remember the Maine!”

By Steve King ×

A hundred and twenty years ago, the explosion of a Navy battleship kicked off an aggressive new era in U.S. foreign policy.
Phone

FICTION

Phone

Reviewed by Scott Esposito ×

In the latest from the stylistically exuberant writer of "Umbrella" and "Shark," everything is connected.