Focusing on anything, let alone a book, has been hard lately. These are the titles that reignited our love for literature.
The novels, nonfiction, and memoirs that stood out most: Your weekly guide to the best in books
The novels, nonfiction, and memoirs that stood out most
Recommendations for wherever you prefer to devour hundreds of pages in a single sitting, whether it’s at the beach or in your home.
Memoirs and novels that satisfy the urge for high drama: Your weekly guide to the best in books
Works that evoke feelings of wonder about the universe, offer smart observations about life, and more: Your weekly guide to the best in books
Our favorite titles from a year that has highlighted the particularities of that thing called reading: Your weekly guide to the best in books
The memoirs, novels, and poetry that stood out most
Our picks for immersive, escapist, or nostalgic reading—wherever you are
Our culture writers’ top picks for how to stay entertained—without a streaming subscription
The 27 works, moments, and objects that define the best—and worst—of the past decade
The novels, reportage, and memoirs that stood out most
Looking back at a year of memorable television, thanks to Succession, Tuca & Bertie, the World Series, and more
How the movement continues to spur a cultural reckoning
Atlantic staffers pick 14 books to spend time with this season, including Freshwater, Republic of Spin, Killing and Dying, and more.
Your choice was clear, and now it’s time to celebrate.
Bravery Day. Deadline Day. A day dedicated to reaching out to the people you’ve lost touch with. Which do you want to see celebrated more broadly?
Weird Family Stories Day? Get Back in Touch Day? Resolution Revision Day? Please send us your merriest—or most meaningful—ideas.
Our critics pick the standout stars they’ll be watching for years to come.
Highlights from a year of reading, including Ada Limón’s The Carrying, Tommy Orange’s There There, Madeline Miller’s Circe, and more