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'.
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.'
this new exhibition examines the relationship between books and design
'Errata: Books Do Furnish a Room' at Mask Books brings Spanish artists to NYC to question the physical condition of books and design objects.
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.
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'.
how to support women and non-binary writers with cristina cala
The Why Women Project founder shares intel from their feminist book club.
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.'
rebecca traister wants women to stay furious
The acclaimed author talks to i-D about her new book, #MeToo, and the looming threat of Brett Kavanaugh.
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.
'heartbreaker' explores adolescence and desire in a sinister 80s cult
Underneath the crimped hair and Billy Joel posters, the isolated community at the center of Claudia Dey's new novel has a dark secret.