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Attica Locke, a former writer for Fox’s ‘Empire,’ has a sharp eye for Southern culture.
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The horror master and his son reinvent a Brothers Grimm tale in ‘Sleeping Beauties.’
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‘Little Fires Everywhere,’ by Celeste Ng.
New stories by Tom Hanks, Karen Shepard and even Kurt Vonnegut.
E.J. Dionne, Norman Ornstein, and Thomas Mann believe in a new sense of citizenship.
We ask a sampling of writers: Would you rather be president or a No. 1 bestselling author?
Craig Johnson on the solace of open spaces in our techie world.