It's no more nudes for the famous Pirelli calendar — this year, at least, with photographer Annie Leibovitz at the helm.
'My Life on the Road' by Gloria Steinem(Photo: Random House)
This month’s critic’s pick is My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem (Random House, non-fiction, reprint)
USA TODAY’s Charisse Jones called this memoir by the feminist icon “a lyrical meditation on restlessness and the quest for equity.” *** ½ out of four stars
Also recently released:
City on Fire by Garth Risk Hallberg (Vintage, fiction, reprint)
A big (900+ pages) novel about 1970s New York in the midst of a blackout.
Under the Tuscan Sun by Frances Mayes (Broadway, non-fiction, reprint)
A 20th anniversary edition of Mayes’ best-selling love letter to Tuscany, with a new afterword.
Dictator by Robert Harris (Vintage, fiction, reprint)
In this novel of ancient Rome, the great orator Cicero is in exile.
Negroland by Margo Jefferson (Vintage, non-fiction, reprint)
The cultural critic writes a memoir of growing up in “upper-crust black Chicago.”
M Train by Patti Smith (Vintage, non-fiction, reprint)
A series of meditations (and photos) by the musician and author of Just Kids.
The Beat Goes On by Ian Rankin (Back Bay, fiction, reprint)
“The Complete Rebus Stories,” featuring detective inspector John Rebus.
Black Flags: The Rise of ISIS by Joby Warrick (Anchor, non-fiction, reprint)
This account of the terrorist organization won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for non-fiction.
Katrina: After the Flood by Gary Rivlin (Simon & Schuster, non-fiction, reprint)
Looks back at the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Along the Infinite Sea by Beatriz Willliams (Berkley, fiction, reprint)
Tells the connected stories of two women with troubles, one in the 1960s, the other during World War II.
Sisters in Law by Linda Hirshman (HarperPerennial, non-fiction, reprint)
Subtitle: How Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World.
photo of New paperbacks: Gloria Steinem, Patti Smith, Ian Rankin
Øyafestivalen - Tøyenparken, Oslo, Norway.
You own a hotel — Villa Angela — in Taormina, Italy. As a hotel owner, what do you make of Trip Advisor?
The iconic fashion figure and her teenager sit down to chat about their careers and how they mimic each other
Sandy Pearlman, an influential rock producer and manager who spent recent years lecturing at Canadian universities about the intersection of music and technology, has died.
It will be the first time the prison has been open to the public.
She has been named best newcomer at the ceremony.
Who I am: Leah Rachel von Essen. Originally from Holmdel, N.J., now from Hyde Park. I blog at www.whilereadingandwalking.com
Celebs like Reese Witherspoon, Lena Dunham and Emma Watson share what they're reading.
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