Our Lily Lit Club pick defies traditional storytelling. Here’s how.

‘Laura Dean Keeps Breaking up with Me,’ written by Mariko Tamaki and illustrated by Rosemary Valero-O’Connell, marries two forms of storytelling

In Ruth Ware’s latest suspense novel, you’ll be rooting for the young nanny-heroine the whole way through

‘The Turn of the Key’ — an invocation of Henry James’s masterpiece — lives up to the hype

Schools are failing black girls who say they were sexually assaulted. I’ve seen it firsthand.

An excerpt from attorney Carrie Goldberg’s forthcoming memoir, ‘Nobody’s Victim: Fighting Psychos, Stalkers, Pervs, and Trolls’

What Toni Morrison meant to 8 black women writers (including Michelle Obama)

‘She showed how incomplete the world’s narrative was without ours in it’

Candace Bushnell is back, decades after ‘Sex and the City,’ with a new book about women, sex and New York City

‘Is There Still Sex in the City?’ is already being developed for a television series

In Toni Morrison’s words, I found the wisdom and protection my mother wasn’t able to provide

Writer Nadia Owusu’s mother left when she was 2. Growing up, she turned to novels like ‘The Bluest Eye’ and ‘Song of Solomon.’

Toni Morrison, the Nobel laureate who redefined American literature, dies at 88

Among her best-known works was ‘Beloved,’ the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel later made into a film

She has dyslexia. That doesn’t stop her from dressing up and reading to children in a hospital.

At first, she wanted to overcome her fear of reading aloud. Later, her volunteer work grew into a charity.

Menopause is a completely strange experience. This memoir tries to make sense of it.

Darcy Steinke’s ‘Flash Count Diary’ is an unflinching look at what happens when her fertility ends — and something unpredictable takes over