Noteworthy: 10 lit links worth reading

1. Book-ward facing dog? Yoga poses to make reading more comfortable. 2. A disturbing novel leads investigators to link its author with an unsolved murder. 3. Why authors will always put pen to paper. 4. Your reading slump won't…

The Fine Print: Here's what we read in January

"Affections" by Rodrigo Hasbún From the first page, you can tell you’re in the hands of a master. Set in the 1950s and 60s Bolivian revolution, the novel travels among characters and tells a big story within a short book. Be sure to keep…

Speaker spotlight: Robert Reich

Our full list of Festival authors and speakers will go live mid-March, but to make the wait a bit less daunting, here's one author you won't want to miss in April. Robert Reich has become a household name as one of today's political commentators…

Festival Newsletter: December 2017

Dear Friend of the Festival, In last month’s newsletter, we asked you why you read. And you — you wonderfully curious, insatiable, driven people — answered that you read, above all else, to expand your minds with new ideas. How…

Festival Newsletter: November 2017

Dear Friend of the Festival, We do it “to live twice,” as Anais Nin wrote. Her paramour Henry Miller recommended it “to give our souls a chance to luxuriate.” Gustave Flaubert called it “a perpetual orgy.” Ian McEwan said…