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The Art of X-Ray Reading

WRITING

The Art of X-Ray Reading

Reviewed by Mark Athitakis ×

Reading great literature can help us write stronger sentences, says Roy Peter Clark. But, asks Mark Athitakis, is that how we should be reading?
In Defense of Clutter

SELF-HELP

In Defense of Clutter

By Troy Jollimore ×

Marie Kondo's "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up" has sold two million copies and revamped many a home. Troy Jollimore ponders what exactly it is that we're throwing away.
The Macbethicist

GRIN AND TONIC

The Macbethicist

By Matthew David Brozik ×

Some wise women I know once told me, "Fair is foul, and foul is fair."
Very Good Lives

ADVICE

Very Good Lives

Reviewed by Michelle Dean ×

The woman behind Harry Potter enters the growing field of commencement speeches-as-books. What does she want to teach us? Michelle Dean reports.
Help, Thanks, Wow

Long List

Help, Thanks, Wow

by James Mustich ×

Confronting questions of faith, suffering, family, and creativity, Anne Lamott delivers insight laced with sly humor. Her new book, Help, Thanks, Wow, distills  a lifetime of...

Love Like Cosima

Advice

Love Like Cosima

By Jessa Crispin ×

My friends are getting divorced for all the wrong reasons. What do I do?

The Sandman

Advice

The Sandman

By Jessa Crispin ×

Is there a book that can make my sister stop acting like an automaton?

The Pram in the Hall

Advice

The Pram in the Hall

By Jessa Crispin ×

Will having a child ruin my career as an artist?

Down One Woman

Advice

Down One Woman

By Jessa Crispin ×

If my best friend is also my lover -- why do I feel so alone?

Bridging the Gap

Advice

Bridging the Gap

By Jessa Crispin ×

Parents and the planets they live on.

Tiny Beautiful Things

Long List

Tiny Beautiful Things

by James Mustich ×

Before the publication of her bestselling memoir Wild, Cheryl Strayed's advice column "Dear Sugar" had become an Internet phenomenon bringing breathtaking insight, humor, and honesty...

Worlds Colliding

Advice

Worlds Colliding

By Jessa Crispin ×

What if you and the person you love have nothing in common?