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The poet and publisher died last Friday from cancer. He was 75.
"I think there's a fine line between exploration and invasion," author Christopher Kelly tells Here & Now's Lisa Mullins.
To celebrate the 200th birthday of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein," NPR put together a curated list of 100 horror novels and stories.
Three decades of "The Simpsons." We turn our eye on Springfield with a top writer who has been in the mix since day one.
Compassion may be the cure. A doctor shares his guide to healing through empathy and listening.
The colorful, molded gelatin dessert was anything but a wonderland for the women of Allie Rowbottom's family.
To move the needle so that women are viewed as the experts of their own conditions, writes Amy Carleton, we need to trust the value of their reports.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Lawrence Wright turns a keen eye to his home state of Texas. The new book is "God Save Texas."
From da Vinci to Darwin, how great minds put things off, but changed the world anyway.
American hate. We talk with a human rights lawyer about the powerful stories of hate crime survivors.
Books help us understand each other and our place in the world, writes Lee Chelminiak.
Author Keith O'Brien tells the forgotten stories of five women pilots who refused to take no for an answer.
YouTuber and comedian Joanna Hausmann stars in a Venezuelan folktale about an enterprising young girl and her quest to free the sun.
The Boston City Council plans to discuss Tuesday how to get residents into the city's hundreds of vacant affordable housing units.
Celebrating 20 years of the groundbreaking album, "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill."
“The grieving are very dangerous," Laura van den Berg, the author, writes. "They are like injured animals with fearsome claws, bloodied and pushed into a corner.”
Judith Newman first wrote about her son Gus in a New York Times piece that went viral, and then in the memoir "To Siri with Love."
What’s the buzz? We’ll look at the wonders of bees and worries they’re at risk of disappearing.
Greed. Deception. Adorable baby cows. Billy Porter ("Pose") and Joshua Boone ("Seven Seconds") star in this East African folktale that asks: "is honesty always the best policy?"
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Adeyemi about her young adult fantasy novel "Children of Blood and Bone."