In her 1970s bestseller "Fear of Flying", Erica Jong revolutionized the way we look at love, marriage and sex. In her latest book, "Fear of Dying," she explores the next phase of women's lives.
Debates about banning books in the United States often conjure up images of bygone eras. By they're far from a thing of the past ...
Kojo explores what's behind the ongoing slump in e-book sales and why consumers still embrace both pixels and pages.
Historian and writer Andrea Wulf argues for restoring forgotten German naturalist Alexander von Humboldt to his central place in the history of science and environmentalism.
We talk with "Serena" author Ron Rash about his new novel that blends poetry and prose to explore life in rural America and the way the landscape influences our outlook on life.
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