‘The Scarlet Sisters’ is the account of two women who upended Guilded Age views on sex, love and politics
Shabana Mir looks at how Muslim American students confront social norms, such as dating and alcohol
Simon Braund presents never viewed — and never made — masterpieces by the world’s greatest directors.
Washington Post chief correspondent Dan Balz to be the first author on March 10.
We weren’t sure our daughter could enjoy books till we discovered Jack Prelutsky’s poems.
“We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves,” by Karen Joy Fowler, is among the books vying for the $15,000 prize.
Mr. Kaplan won the Pulitzer Prize for his biography of Mark Twain and later edited Bartlett’s Quotations.
A poor African man flees revolution at home to find a surprising love in the American Midwest.
Her collection “Blue Yodel” will be published next year.
Detective Constable Fiona Griffiths has a case of bodies chopped up and scattered around a Cardiff suburb.
‘Mad As Hell’ is the history of the making of ‘Network’ and what the film says about America today
In ‘I Am Abraham,’ by Jerome Charyn is a novel about President Lincoln, during the Civil War.
Mozart’s favorite soprano, Anna Storace, sings again in Vivien Shotwell’s ‘Vienna Nocturne’
How Big Poultry squeezes out small farmers.
The first biography in a quarter-century of this major 19th-century painter.
(Video) In this wide-ranging interview, Phillips talks about what he writes, loves and believes.
A tale of motherhood and race from a magical young writer.
Books by women now make up the majority of finalists and winners.
What will scientists find left alive in the mysterious Area X?
Nancy Hightower and Sarah MacLean debut this month in Book World.
The books Washington has been reading.
From novels to history to cooking and ghost stories, Post editors and critics offer introduction to capital.