The book is both personal memoir and investigation into the historical context and implications of wedding announcements.
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An excerpt from Christina Lonsdale’s new aura photography book, “Radiant Human.”
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With 10 years at The Book Review, Paul talks about what got her there, forced discomfort and the current worth of literary criticism.
“A lot of the characters in my book are struggling to find personal freedom in a traditional society,” says Sethi of her debut book.
The author takes readers inside 40 restaurants, bars and shops that define the city. Here, read an excerpt from the book, an homage to downtown restaurant Indochine.
The fashion crowd — like millions of others around the globe — has whiled away off hours reading during the pandemic.
DiTrapano started a magazine that turned into a small, beloved and respected publisher of mostly unknown talent.
Debra Scala Giokas, a first-time children’s book author, aims to introduce children and adults to Claire McCardell.
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The multi-disciplinarian artist blends photography and writing in a book that explores the similarities and differences of cities.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton reflects on one year of how viewers and patients have gone through the pandemic in her new book.