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Confronting Grief, Mental Illness and Marginalization, in Verse
Four poetry collections — “Be Recorder,” by Carmen Giménez Smith; “Odes to Lithium,” by Shira Erlichman; “Grief Sequence,” by Prageeta Sharma; and “Eyes Bottle Dark With a Mouthful of Flowers,” by Jake Skeets — explore narratives of belonging and identity.
Love Among the Ruins
In Stella Tillyard’s novel “Call Upon the Water,” a 17th-century Dutch engineer sets out to drain the English fenlands, but finds his spirit drained instead.
The Week in Books
Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey’s “She Said,” new memoirs from Demi Moore and Edward Snowden, “Super Tuesday” for publishing and more.
Yes, They Found It in a Box
Twenty-one years ago, Dr. Seuss’ widow discovered some unpublished manuscripts, including one that has become “Dr. Seuss’s Horse Museum,” illustrated by Andrew Joyner.
Demi Moore Lets Her Guard Down
After years of scrutiny for her career, relationships and setbacks, the movie star hopes the public sees another side in her memoir, “Inside Out.”