In The Bone Clocks, the best-selling author tells the spellbinding story of a teenage runaway who wanders deep into the English countryside, where visions and coincidences reorder her reality until they assume the aura of a nightmare brought to life.
In Conversation with Louis Bayard
Lovely, Dark, Deep is a collection of ten stories that map the eerie darkness within us all, making visceral the terror, hurt, and uncertainty that lurk at the edges of ordinary lives. Bayard, a former student of Oates, also shares what he learned from the legendary literary master.
In Conversation with Megan Garber
In Dataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One’s Looking), the Harvard-trained mathematician, rock musician, and OkCupid cofounder helps us understand human nature.
Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future draws on everything the co-founder of PayPal and investor in hundreds of start-ups has learned about how to build companies that create new things.
From the authors of the #1 New York Times best-selling Half the Sky comes A Path Appears: Transforming Lives, Creating Opportunity—a unique narrative about making a difference in the world and a road-map to becoming a conscientious global citizen.
In Conversation with Elise Hu
In How Google Works, Schmidt, Google’s Executive Chairman and Rosenberg, advisor to the CEO, offer an inside look at how Google defines its unique culture, values and strategies.
In Conversation with David Brooks
In The Marshmallow Test: Mastering Self-Control, Mischel explains how self-control can be mastered and applied to challenges in everyday life—from weight control to quitting smoking, overcoming heartbreak, making major decisions, and planning for retirement.
In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of The New Republic, editor Franklin Foer and literary editor Leon Wieseltier present Insurrections of the Mind: 100 Years of Politics and Culture in America, an anthology of essays exploring the pivotal issues of modern America culled from the archives of the magazine.
The legendary creator of iconic television programs All in the Family and The Jeffersons, Norman Lear remade our television culture—while leading a life of unparalleled political, civic, and social involvement.