After a famed French political scientist was accused of sexually abusing his stepson, survivors of incest came forward with their experiences using the hashtag #MeTooInceste.
Enjoy the rare pleasure of turning the crisp pages of some of these intriguing books coming out in the first half of the year. Newsweek has chosen some of the best new fiction and nonfiction for your reading pleasure.
Having trouble picking out the perfect gift for everyone on your list? Did you wait till the last minute? Never fear, Newsweek has curated a list of book choices for you, with a selection of photo essays, biographies, novels, thrillers and more.
Michael Riedel's engaging new book "Singular Sensation," brings backstage drama front and center stage with news, gossip and bold-faced names.
One of the top graduate English programs in the country is accepting Black Studies scholars for the 2020-2021 admissions period.
The Library's top ten list, whether you've read the book hundreds of times or just once for an English class, will have you scrambling for your library card.
Our list of the most anticipated fiction and nonfiction due to arrive this fall. From tales of immigrants finding their way in America to visionary science fiction, from a biography of iconic chef James Beard to the real lives of Neanderthals, there are mental vacations here for everyone.
Carlos Ruiz Zafón's published confirmed his death on Friday.
The best-selling author's latest book has already been lauded as "the beach read to end all beach reads."
"Netflix makes it easy to browse for something new to watch, and while many libraries have virtual browsing experiences, let's face it, they aren't exactly easy to navigate with any real success."
Check out our exclusive cover reveal for bestselling science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson's upcoming novel 'The Ministry for the Future.'
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How did a Jewish boy from New Jersey end up with a Jamaican accent? "Another Mother" is a memoir about the search for the history of a childhood nanny in Jamaica, revealing unexpected secrets and a spiritual Promised Land.
Bowie was more than a multi-platinum rock and roller. He was also one of the more literate composers in the business.
O'Connell interviewed Bowie in 2002, and he now shares his insights about Bowie and how his book on Bowie's literary influences came into being.
Though she only lived to the age of 30, Sylvia Plath made an indelible mark on the literary world.
Even fictional characters have a love of "Little Women."
Walker opens up about his new book, 'The Art of Noticing,' and innovation in the digital age.
How wonderful it is for the constant reader when the two opposed sorts of successful journeys - the actual and the imaginative - blend into a single experience.
Achebe is often called the "father of modern African literature" but was only belatedly recognized in the West.
The best-selling author of 'The Martian' on writing his second book, why he chose a female lead, and who might play his characters in the film.
"'Ooh, thanks,' she said, and blew me a kiss. I caught it and put it in my mouth. Nice."
They might help cure the malaise caused by "incompetent clowns in power" and by the opposition, which she says is "turning into a solipsistic personality cult."
"Artemis," a thriller set in the near future in the first city on the moon, is due out in November. Movie rights have reportedly been acquired.