This year's recipients include Hernan Diaz, Terese Marie Mailhot, Nafissa Thompson-Spires, and Merritt Tierce.
A mapmaker who can shift geography, an unlikely horse race champion, a testament to the long history of human failure — and much, much more.
New Yorkers have one month to choose their favorite — we'll announce the winning book in May.
It's never too late to start again.
As recommended by Goodreads users.
Based on what other booklovers are reading.
Dance like nobody is watching. Email like it will one day be read in a deposition. (Excerpts from "No Hard Feelings" by Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy.)
The Pulitzer Prize–winning poet died today at age 83.
"If anxiety is making my heart pound, that counts as cardio, right?"
We tried to keep it short. (Presented in no particular order.)
Our favorite memoirs, essay collections, and reporting from the year, presented in no particular order.
(And maybe some for yourself, too.)
Our favorite novels and short story collections, presented in no particular order.
Based on what other book lovers are reading.
Where'd You Go, Bernadette?, IT: Chapter Two, To All The Boys sequel, and more!
Romance, biography, manga, and so much more.
It’s impossible to know the details of another person’s relationship with food. Keep the holiday positive by avoiding statements like these.
“No one told me how much poop this job would involve.”
You basically never have to pay for information or entertainment again.
The winners were revealed at the 69th National Book Awards ceremony.