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The B&N Podcast: Mary H.K. Choi on Fame, Authenticity, and Growing Up Now

B&N PODCAST

The B&N Podcast: Mary H.K. Choi on Fame, Authenticity, and Growing Up Now

Posted by The Barnes and Noble Review ×

The author of "Permanent Record" joins us to talk about writing the lives of young people on the verge of adulthood, the distortions of fame, and necessity of balance in an always-online world.
The B&N Podcast: Neal Stephenson on Fake News and Life (Sort of) After Death

B&N PODCAST

The B&N Podcast: Neal Stephenson on Fake News and Life (Sort of) After Death

Posted by The Barnes and Noble Review ×

The author of "Fall: or, Dodge in Hell" joins us to talk about truth, artificial intelligence, and digital afterlives -- and why he had to rewrite his novel when the present overtook his imagined...
Social Creature

FICTION

Social Creature

Reviewed by Rachel Syme ×

The art of the grift seems perfectly tailored for an age of Instagram-ready materialism. Enter Tara Isabella Burton's thrilling debut novel.
Setting Loose the Flock

DAYBOOK

Setting Loose the Flock

By Steve King ×

This week, Twitter turns ten years old. Social media, it turns out, goes back a couple of thousand years further.
“I’m Just This Body”: Lindy West on the Writing of “Shrill”

INTERVIEW

“I’m Just This Body”: Lindy West on the Writing of “Shrill”

A Conversation with Maris Kreizman ×

The author of "Shrill" on discovering the truth about her body, living with trolls, and becoming one of the funniest people on the Internet. A conversation with Maris Kreizman.
Good at the Internet: Melissa Broder’s Performance of Sadness

HUMAN NATURE

Good at the Internet: Melissa Broder’s Performance of Sadness

Essay by Helena Fitzgerald ×

In the world of social media, we're under pressure to be cheerful 24/7. Helena Fitzgerald finds a very different philosophy in Melissa Broder's "So Sad Today."
So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed

CURRENT EVENTS

So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed

Reviewed by Stefan Beck ×

In an age of new connectivity online and beyond, a reporter finds empathy for those who've faced mortifying infamy.