He was a former Jesuit school valedictorian who conjured a tale of demonic possession and gave millions the fright of their lives.
In “A Really Good Day,” Ayelet Waldman writes about using teeny-tiny doses of LSD to manage mood swings.
Michael Lewis looks at psychologists who collaborated on a theory about why humans systemically make mistakes in uncertain situations.
With “Dispatches from the 2016 Circus,” the Rolling Stone columnist explores how politicians lost touch with average Americans.
The new bookstore @ Alphabet City celebrates its grand opening in the former Masonic Hall and will offer 8,000 carefully curated volumes.
Stephenie Meyer’s latest novel has nothing in common with the Jason Bourne and James Bond novels it’s trying desperately to imitate.
The diary Carrie Fisher kept while filming “Star Wars” 40 years ago provides an eerie, prescient look at her life after her premature death.
It’s no ‘Star Wars,’ but a strong showing at the box office and star power bode well for “Fences” as it makes its cinematic debut.
The writing program at Carlow University gives women writers of all ages encouragement, scholarships and a chance to publish.
Ms. Polacco’s picture books are poignant vignettes often taken from her childhood and imbued with traditions of her Russian ancestry.
David Bianculli has crafted a comprehensive, if somewhat academic, survey of television’s best programs.
Jeff Pearlman’s bio is a balanced look at the former NFL player, subtitled “The Remarkable, Improbable, Iconic Life of Brett Favre.”
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg pens an accessible collection that distills her judicial philosophy and her opinions.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer outlines a compelling argument against the death penalty in “Against the Death Penalty.”