The author Philip Roth, who died on Tuesday, at his home on the Upper West Side in January.
“I wanted to share the perspective of an autistic woman, because I don’t think that’s a perspective you see very much,” said the romance novelist Helen Hoang.
Patrisse Khan-Cullors, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter and author of the new memoir “When They Call You a Terrorist.”
“All of my stuff is organic, homegrown, no G.M.O., real lance corporal from the actual corps,” said Maximilian Uriarte outside his home in Burbank, Calif.
The comedian Lauren Krass at Q.E.D. in Queens.
Edward Gorey on the promenade at the New York State Theater, 1973.
Crime, Zhou Haohui says, is a universal theme, which is why detective stories or police thrillers can more easily transcend cultural divides than, say, historical fiction.
William Trevor (William Trevor Cox), photographed by Mark Gerson in February 1982.
A protester at an anti-Muslim Brotherhood demonstration in Alexandria, 2012.
As a child, Kwame Alexander was surrounded by books. Now he’ll have his own imprint at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Books for Young Readers.
Colson Whitehead in 2016. He will appear at the Pen World Voices Festival 2018.
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