Books

Culture

Pussy Riot’s quarantine reading list

27 books that'll change your life during lockdown -- spanning topics including sex, depression, AI and life hacks.
Frankie Dunn
3.24.20
Culture

5 riveting memoirs to read right now

During Women’s History month, a simple way to support women is to engage with their stories.
Corey Bates
3.17.20
Culture

How true crime inspired Olivia Gatwood's raw, feminist poems

The poet and soon-to-be novelist discusses her history with and exploration of gendered violence and the media.
Britnee Meiser
2.26.20
Culture

8 must-read books that will become movies in 2020

From Sally Rooney's 'Normal People' to the Timothée Chalamet-starring sci-fi 'Dune.'
Britnee Meiser
1.21.20
Culture

Every new book you need to read in 2020

We've got your reading list sorted with all of this year's great releases – from books to get you thinking to books to freak you out, and even books that'll make you fall in love with poetry.
Katie Goh
1.14.20
Culture

naomi campbell’s forgotten 90s novel is an unintentional comic gem

For the latest instalment of TMZ Theory, Philippa Snow does a deep-dive into 'Swan'.
Philippa Snow
6.26.19
Culture

john waters on karma, the art of selling out, and dropping acid at 70

i-D talks to the iconic filmmaker and author about his latest book 'Mr. Know-It-All: The Tarnished Wisdom of a Filth Elder.'
Nadja Sayej
5.22.19
Art

this new exhibition examines the relationship between books and design

'Errata: Books Do Furnish a Room' at Mast Books brings Spanish artists to NYC to question the physical condition of books and design objects.
Hannah Lifshutz
5.21.19
Fashion

this cult japanese publisher is archiving your favourite designers

With a new limited edition tome delving into Helmut Lang’s archive, printings.jp are the publishing house you need to know.
Liam Hess
5.1.19
Culture

gigi hadid was spotted with a book!

We've not had such excitement since Britney Spears was spotted with a copy of Voltaire's 'Candide'.
Philippa Snow
3.25.19
Culture

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'.
Katie Goh
2.6.19
Culture

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.
Christina Newland
1.23.19
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