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The B&N Podcast: Melinda Gates on How to Change the World

B&N PODCAST

The B&N Podcast: Melinda Gates on How to Change the World

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The philanthropist and author joins us to talk about "The Moment of Lift," and why she's convinced the secret to changing the world lies in unlocking the talents and power of half of its...
Ninth Street Women

LIVES

Ninth Street Women

Reviewed by Hamilton Cain ×

Mary Gabriel's group biography puts the spotlight on five trailblazers of abstract art -- all of them women.
Good and Mad

FEMINISM

Good and Mad

Reviewed by Melissa H. Pierson ×

A journalist maps the intersection of female ire and political crisis in a book-length argument for the uses of rage.
The B&N Podcast: Paula McLain

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The B&N Podcast: Paula McLain

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After "The Paris Wife," Paula McLain didn't think she'd return to Hemingway's life for another novel. Then she met Martha Gellhorn.
The B&N Podcast: Christine Lahti

ACTING

The B&N Podcast: Christine Lahti

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The star of "Chicago Hope" talks about turning her arrestingly frank monologues into an unconventional memoir.
The B&N Podcast: Michelle Dean

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The B&N Podcast: Michelle Dean

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On this episode, the author of "Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion" shares some of hers.
The Female Persuasion

FICTION

The Female Persuasion

Reviewed by Heller McAlpin ×

The new novel from the author of "The Interestings" traces a young woman's life after it's reshaped by a vital encounter.
The B&N Podcast: Meg Wolitzer

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The B&N Podcast: Meg Wolitzer

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The author of "The Female Persuasion" -- the B&N Book Club's first selection -- talks about her engrossing new novel.
Voices Unbound

CULTURAL STUDIES

Voices Unbound

Essay by Tess Taylor ×

Reading Rebecca Solnit's "The Mother of All Questions," Tess Taylor reflects on the cost of silence -- and the music of resistance.
The Extra Woman

LIVES

The Extra Woman

Reviewed by Rachel Syme ×

She was a leading light among the dedicated "bachelorettes" of 1930s New York City and penned the bestselling "Live Alone and Like It." Then came love.
The B&N Podcast: Roxane Gay

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The B&N Podcast: Roxane Gay

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The celebrated memoirist, fiction writer and essayist talks with Miwa Messer about the road from "Bad Feminist" to "Hunger" -- and beyond....
The Princess Trap: Carina Chocano on “You Play the Girl”

INTERVIEW

The Princess Trap: Carina Chocano on “You Play the Girl”

A Conversation with Barbara Spindel ×

Have representations of girls and women in media become more balanced over time? Writer and critic Carina Chocano on the resurgence of the princess and why we can't shake gender myths.