NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks Cathy Otten about With Ash on Their Faces: Yezidi Women and the Islamic State, her book about the history and personal stories of the religious minority.
In his new book, Dr. Aaron Carroll explains that there might be less evidence against some notoriously bad foods than we think. In fact, maybe we should be eating some of them more often. (Image credit: MHJ/Getty Images)
French graphic novelist Julie Maroh — author of Blue is the Warmest Color — is back with an earnestly sweet collection of vignettes about love, kept from being saccharine by her skill with faces. (Image credit: Arsenal Pulp Press )
NPR’s Michel Martin spoke with Biden this week about his new memoir, his family and the Anita Hill case.
Man Booker Prize winner John Banville has written a sequel to Henry James’ The Portrait Of A Lady. ‘It was my initial foolhardiness and overweening pride that made me do it,’ he says. (Image credit: David Levenson/Getty Images)
It took until adulthood for Bonnie Morales, the daughter of immigrant Russian Jews, to appreciate the food of her childhood. Now she owns a popular Oregon restaurant and has released a new cookbook. (Image credit: Leela Cyd/Courtesy of Flatiron Books)