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The sexual abuse I experienced as a young girl was overlooked. After 20 years, I found a story that speaks to me.

My abuser was a female peer, close to my own age, and both of us were still children

Ann Patchett refuses to buy a smartphone. Maybe that’s why she’s written so many books.

Last week, Patchett released her latest novel, ‘The Dutch House’

I revisited a history textbook from high school. It made me realize how limited our educations can be.

It’s impossible to tell a complete story

9 takeaways from Chanel Miller’s memoir, ‘Know My Name’

The book is far too nuanced to distill into an article — you’ll have to read it yourself — but here are key points

In ‘Know My Name,’ Chanel Miller conveys the horror of sexual assault — and the failures of the criminal justice system

Earlier this month, Miller identified herself beyond ‘Emily Doe,’ as she was known in her 2016 sexual assault case against Brock Turner

In her novels and screenplays, Attica Locke seeks to elevate the story of blackness in America

Locke is clearly having a moment, both with her latest novel release and in television

7 must-watch Meryl Streep movies, according to the woman who wrote the book on Meryl Streep

‘Queen Meryl: The Iconic Roles, Heroic Deeds, and Legendary Life of Meryl Streep,’ by Erin Carlson, comes out Sept. 24

The ‘very intimate, very intense’ world of Angie Kim’s ‘Miracle Creek’

The debut novel by Kim is Lily Lit Club’s September pick

Lisa Bloom, a feminist attorney, became just another complicit Aunt Lydia. Here’s how.

As I read ‘She Said,’ I marveled over how much Bloom seemed to relish her role as Harvey Weinstein’s adviser