An elaborate new edition of The Story of Little Black Sambo is said to “struggle mightily” against a legacy of racism.
A writer lands a $1 million deal in a real-life Disney story.
Bonnie Greer writes about the relationship between television and books.
Margo Jefferson defends the memoir.
How depressing must it be when people view your novel as evidence that you excel at the short story form?
It’s more than a little pathetic that I’m so jazzed about Confessions of a Tax Collector.