What to Read in 2020

14 Books You'll See All Over Instagram in 2020

It's time to line up your winter reads.

Inside Silicon Valley's Sexism Problem
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The 28 Best Books of 2019

Tales of wayward women and Instagram-famous novels to dip into now.

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I Was Supposed to Become an Ultra-Orthodox Rabbi. I Was Meant to Be Abby.

To live her truest life, a transgender woman says goodbye to everything she's ever known.

The Model and the Murder

When Dr. Thomas Burchard’s body was discovered in the Las Vegas desert, his sugar baby became the prime suspect.

Jenny Slate
Jenny Slate Is in Love and It Shows

The multi-hyphenate on her new book, new stand-up special, and new relationship.

Actually, Dresses with Pockets Are Bad

I said what I said.

Gloria Steinem- The Truth Will Set You Free
Gloria Steinem Wants to Help Greta Thunberg Save the Planet

In a sit-down with, the famed feminist talks writing, radicalization, and climate change.

In The Problem with Everything, Meghan Daum Interrogates the Purity Police

But at times fails to look beyond her own biases.

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Start Emotionally Preparing Yourself for a New Elena Ferrante Novel

'The Lying Life of Adults' is coming in June.

My Mother Stole My Identity

Axton Betz-Hamilton never suspected the person she trusted most would ruin her life.

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How Southwest Pilot Tammie Jo Shults Landed Fatal Flight 1380

After an engine exploded, one of her passengers got sucked out a window.

We Knew Everything About the Worst Night of Her Life. Chanel Miller Wants Us to Know Her Name.

In her remarkable new memoir, Know My Name, Miller tells her side of the infamous Stanford sexual assault case.

New York Times Journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey on Weinstein, #MeToo, and Lisa Bloom

The reporters spoke with with ahead of the release of their new book 'She Said.'

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Meeting Larry Nassar: The Appointment that Changed Everything

In an exclusive excerpt from her new memoir, Rachael Denhollander writes about the moment she met the man who would change her life.

Toni Morrison
Toni Morrison Has Died

The Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winning-novelist was 88.

First Native American U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo Shares a Poem From Her New Book

The poem, exclusively published on, has origins in Muscogee Creek culture song forms.