Articles by Editor
April 18, 2013
After I read The Hare with the Amber Eyes, I went to the Art Institute to see a Renoir that one of the book’s (real-life) characters had owned. And I somewhat blame my penchant for living on a dime in small, urban apartments by how taken I was, as a 14-year-old living in Indiana, by that enchanting 90-second opening of An American in Paris. So I put the question out to my Millions colleagues: What works of art have you been introduced to by other works of art?
April 15, 2013
After taking a pass last year, the Pulitzer jury offered up a fiction winner.
April 9, 2013
This year’s shortlist is remarkable because half of its titles are works in translation.
February 28, 2013
The winners of the National Book Critics Circle Award have been announced in New York City.
January 14, 2013
The fiction list includes one of the biggest fiction releases of last year and a book in translation. To our eye, the five make up a well-rounded an interesting mix of titles.
January 7, 2013
At 7,900 words strong and encompassing 79 titles, this is the only 2013 book preview you will ever need.
November 27, 2012
This year’s New York Times Notable Books of the Year list is out.
November 14, 2012
A novel that “hits the bedrock truth about a whole community” takes the fiction prize.
September 24, 2012
A shady cabal of feminist writers conducted a week-long roundtable discussion of Naomi Wolf’s Vagina: A New Biography. The book was troubling, bewildering, and often infuriating. There was a prize for the writer who worked the most puns into her review.
September 21, 2012
What I love most about Gone Girl was the way Flynn made me think about how character and identity are constructed. She made me like and then dislike a character, dislike and then like another one, and then dislike the whole lot of them, the idea of identity dissolving and reappearing at every moment.