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By the Book: Sloane Crosley: By the Book
Sloane Crosley, whose new essay collection is “Look Alive Out There,” says “any woman who has to take an author photo where she looks the just-right amount of appealing is a literary hero.”
‘Lean In’: Five Years Later
For some, Sheryl Sandberg’s book has been a powerful manifesto. Others have dismissed it as naïve and irrelevant. What is its actual legacy?
Fiction: Black, Gay and Losing Faith
In Uzodinma Iweala’s new novel, “Speak No Evil,” a young man’s journey of self-discovery runs into opposition from his parents and their church.