Nannies are often told they’re like members of the families they work for, but during a pandemic, they can be let go rather quickly.
A literary novel with all the trappings of a thriller about the power of imagination to console and warp.
As waters rise, plucky kids save themselves while grown-ups parse the damage clause of their summer lease in Lydia Millet's latest novel.
Conflict and confusion reign at New York hospitals—public and private—over how to handle labor and delivery during the coronavirus pandemic.
A unique and thoughtful book—part memoir, part social science, part self-help—explores the abiding mystery of the mother-child bond.
Emily Gould’s new novel is a bit of a bait-and-switch. What promises to be yet another book about the big ideas and questionable choices of urban 20-somethings swiftly and unexpectedly morphs into a more poignant story about the hard and intangibly enriching work of motherhood.
Afia Atakora’s debut novel evokes a haunting period in American history
But whether they salve political differences, as well as exposing them, is debatable
Katie Roiphe, a writer who tends to object to all signs of victimhood reveals the tender underbelly of her thoughts about sex, power and being a woman.