So many romances explore what we’d do for love — but as summer heats up we’re bringing you three heroines who’d do a lot for love, and even more to keep their business ventures going. (Image credit: )
NPR’s Scott Simon interviews science writer David Baron about his new book American Eclipse, the story of the total solar eclipse of 1878.
Tyehimba Jess, the African-American poet from Detroit, won this year’s Pulitzer in poetry for a collection that shines a different light on minstrel shows.
Edgar Cantero’s head-kick of a novel about damaged adults who used to be spunky kid detectives mixes bright, pulpy cartoon nostalgia with some seriously dark trauma-survivor subtext. (Image credit: Doubleday)
The resignation of the U.S. Census Bureau’s director, John Thompson, months before his term was to expire stunned the statistical community and raised anxieties about the 2020 count. (Image credit: Jason E. Miczek/AP)