Poet, literary critic and author of Benjamin Disraeli and other books. His writing has appeared in The New Yorker, The New Republic, The New York Sun, and elsewhere.
This is the online version of the New York Review of Books, the highly influential biweekly book review and journal of intellectual currents.
The Paris Review is a quarterly literary magazine founded in 1953 by Harold L. Humes, Peter Matthiessen, and George Plimpton. Its site is full of great interviews and articles—and through it one can access the important literary archives of the magazine.
Head Butler is a plugged-in cultural concierge who will tell you about books, music and movies. It is run by polymath Jesse Kornbluth, who is a magazine and book writer and the former editorial director of AOL.
Prolific author of fiction and nonfiction, screenwriter, television producer, and actor. His novels include Red Baker, winner of the 1985 PEN Center USA Award for Best Novel, and Four Kinds of Rain, a New York Times notable book of the year. He was executive producer of Hill Street Blues and Miami Vice and screenwriter of Cattle Annie and Little Britches, based on his novel of the same name.
Provocative commentary by the Founder & CEO of The Idea Logical Company and a widely-acknowledged thought leader about digital change in the book publishing industry.
Author of five novels, including the #1 New York Times bestselling Orphan Train, and co-author or co-editor of four nonfiction books.
The Book Reporter is a site dedicated to book lovers that provides a forum to discover and share commentary about books, reading, and literature.
Today in Literature is a website about the great people, books, characters, and events in literary history. It provides free stories and an e-mail each calendar day.