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The B&N Podcast: Sean Penn

B&N PODCAST

The B&N Podcast: Sean Penn

Posted by The Barnes and Noble Review ×

The actor, director and now novelist joins Bill Goldstein to talk about writing his debut novel, the darkly comic “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff."
The Transition

FICTION

The Transition

Reviewed by Mark Athitakis ×

In Luke Kennard's dystopian novel, individuals who fall afoul of debt turn to a mysterious organization that promises financial salvation.
Jonathan Swift: The Reluctant Rebel

BIOGRAPHY

Jonathan Swift: The Reluctant Rebel

Reviewed by Anna Mundow ×

Child prodigy, Anglican cleric, quotable wit, corrosive satirist -- Jonathan Swift's genius remains hard to pin down. Review by Anna Mundow.
Selection Day

FICTION

Selection Day

Reviewed by Katherine A. Powers ×

The author of "The White Tiger" returns with a novel that looks at contemporary India through the lens of an obsession with sport. Review by Katherine A. Powers....
Winning the News (Re)Cycle

GRIN & TONIC

Winning the News (Re)Cycle

By Jeremy Blachman ×

Sometimes old news is the best news.
Tanner 2016

REDISCOVERY

Tanner 2016

By Janet Steen ×

How Robert Altman foretold an era when political reality and entertainment would converge. By Janet Steen.
Less Is More

GRIN & TONIC

Less Is More

By Jeremy Blachman ×

Accounting for my complete contributions to this household.
Fidgital Evertime: Lizzie Skurnick’s New Lexicon

INTERVIEW

Fidgital Evertime: Lizzie Skurnick’s New Lexicon

A Conversation with Bill Tipper ×

The author of "That Should Be a Word" talks about the creation of brattle, grumtion, and gastronauts.
That’s Not Funny, That’s Sick

Reviews & Essays

That’s Not Funny, That’s Sick

Reviewed by Jessica Ferri ×

The comedic revolution of Harvard's merry pranksters.

Lightning Rods

Reviews & Essays

Lightning Rods

Reviewed by Christopher Byrd ×

An ingenious way to prevent sexual harassment becomes big business.