kristen roupenian: what the ‘cat person’ author did next
When ‘Cat Person’ became the New Yorker’s second most-read story in 2017, after Ronan Farrow’s Harvey Weinstein exposé, it changed Kristen Roupenian’s life forever. A year on, she reflects on its success discusses her new collection, 'You Know You It'.
all the books you need to read before they become movies and tv shows in 2019
With Barry Jenkins’ adaptation of James Baldwin classic 'If Beale Street Could Talk' about to hit cinemas, we round up every other book you need to read to get ahead of the curve.
the slumflower is your best friend, your therapist and your spirit guide
Known to her thousands of followers as The Slumflower, Chidera Eggerue is the self-help guru you need in your life. Your best friend, therapist and spirit guide in one, she’s just released her debut book What A Time To Be Alone.
6 reasons you can't miss the 2018 ny art book fair
From hand-dyed shirts and anarchist manifestos to all the zines in between, here's your guide to getting literary in Queens this weekend.
11 artists pay tribute to ren hang in ‘strange plants iii’
Some of Hang's most enchanting photographs show his friends floating nude amongst lily pads at night.
romance was born’s new book trawls the outer reaches of imagination
Featuring the stories behind each elaborate collection and some adorable childhood photos.
a witch explains how to use fashion as magick
Gabriela Herstik, author of 'Craft: How To Be A Modern Witch,' breaks down energetically cleansing clothing and how to use talismans as protection.
'skateboarding is not a fashion' tracks the colorful history of skate apparel
Find out how Vans became the it shoe of skate culture.
the first ten incendiary years of raf simons are chronicled in this new book
Two books, without a single word between them, combine to tell the story of how a quiet Belgian industrial design student changed everything about what men wear.
tavi gevinson on love, and the difficulties of writing about it
The writer and actress talks to i-D about Rookie’s latest release, ‘Rookie on Love,' which features essays by Mitski, Jenny Zhang, and Hilton Als.
david bowie’s son launched a book club inspired by his dad
First on the list is Peter Ackroyd’s 'Hawksmoor,' 'as an amuse cerveau before we get into the heavy stuff,' Duncan Jones tweeted.
5 ya writers tackling asexuality, porn addiction, and bicuriosity
This year, young-adult literature moved away from the clichéd girl-meets-boy narrative to explore topics from bisexuality to homoromantic demisexuality.
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