Albee died in 2016, and in his will he asked that all his incomplete manuscripts be destroyed — including a play that was supposed to open off-Broadway. (Image credit: Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Our poetry reviewer Tess Taylor looks at Randall Mann’s new collection, Proprietary, which looks at the changes in San Francisco.
NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks with psychologist Mitch Prinstein about his new book, Popular, and how our teenage selves often stick with us long into adulthood.
The children of beloved author Dr. Seuss have emptied their own homes to fill a new museum dedicated to him in his hometown. It provides a glimpse into how he created his characters and how he lived.
Author Rick Wartzman says that jobs offering security, decent wages and good benefits are becoming harder to find, in part because of automation, globalization and the weakening of unions.
A new book explores the lives of six women through food and Hitler’s lover is a startling inclusion. But what she ate reflected a “perpetual enactment of her own daydream” against a barbaric backdrop. (Image credit: Bettmann/Getty)