As Riverhead’s publicity director, she has traveled all over the country to promote her authors’ books. But a fellowship in Antarctica helped the poet find a place for her own work.
For nearly 55 years, the elusive Harper Lee has been celebrated for writing one of the great American novels, "To Kill a Mockingbird." Do we really need—or want—to read the sequel?
VIDA’s annual report on gender inequality in book reviewing and literary magazines reveals some good news. But some publications prove they’re immune to shame.