From steamy romance and scary thrillers to riveting sci-fi, memoirs, and literary fiction — here are the spring books we couldn't get enough of.
Critically acclaimed essayist Meghan Daum has written a new book, The Problem With Everything, that ironically lacks the nuance she claims to be seeking.
Big, book-loving names like Reese Witherspoon and Jenna Bush Hager are following in Oprah’s footsteps with clubs that drive sales for publishers and give authors the gift of instant success.
In the new Showtime comedy On Becoming a God in Central Florida, the perennially underrated actor echoes the rage and fear of so many older millennials.
Companies like the Knot, Zola, and other boutique startups promise to cater to the whims of millennials by moving the mundane parts of wedding planning online. But are they as innovative as they claim to be?
Sally Rooney, the author of Conversations With Friends and the upcoming Normal People, writes about sex, love, and economic precarity in a way that’s recognizable to many twenty- and thirtysomethings.
Damon's struggles in the spotlight for the past couple of years show how the self-styled good-guy Hollywood liberal has not caught up to the world we live in today.
There’s an incredible power watching people go all-in on a piece of art that speaks to them.