What to Read in 2020
'The Office of Historical Corrections' author discusses skewering archetypes and capturing the slippery nature of perception.
Need to update your 2020 reading list? ELLE.com brings you the best fiction and nonfiction books of every genre, all year long.
For all of us who proclaimed in an earlier life that we’d be avid readers if we just had more time at home, this is the moment.
Listen to an exclusive audio excerpt from Oxenberg's new memoir 'Still Learning' on ELLE.com.
The writer revisits cinema's worst offerings for her latest collection.
The award-winning journalists aim to help you overcome your imposter syndrome once and for all.
The 12-year-old already has big dreams.
Read an exclusive excerpt from Jesse Q Sutanto's family-comedy-meets-crime-thriller ‘Dial A for Aunties' now.
In her first collection of short stories, 2016's literary darling proves she's sharper than ever.
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Rising literary stars Mieko Kawakami & Kali Fajardo Anstine on the blurry lines between truth, fiction, and trauma.
The world's most elusive author answers questions about her new novel from readers around the world.
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