Three new poetry collections by women explore issues both personal and pressing

The poems grapple with gun violence, loss and grief

What if women ruled the world? A Victorian writer gave it some thought.

Walter Besant imagines a future England in which once-traditional gender roles have been reversed

‘The Hate U Give’ portrays police brutality, being black in America today and the effects of code-switching

The movie, starring Amandla Stenberg, comes out Oct. 5

Michelle Obama’s book tour will feature massive venues and ‘intimate and honest conversations’

The former first lady will promote her memoir in 10 cities throughout November and December

Which celebrity book club is right for you?

Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Emma Watson’s book picks, compared

In her latest novel, Pat Barker reconsiders the women of ‘The Iliad’ from their own perspective

‘The Silence of the Girls’ joins a number of recent books addressing women in the classical era

Keira Knightley, Juno Temple and others were given a breakup scenario. Then they were photographed.

A new book uses Hollywood actresses to portray the realities of heartbreak

Sofka Zinovieff’s ‘Putney’ is sure to spark a conversation about female sexuality and #MeToo

The book portrays a relationship between a 30-year-old man and a 13-year-old girl

What Meg Wolitzer learned from rereading her years-old novels

‘The book is a kind of small mirror that reflects the writer’

Linda Dahl recounts her days as a ringside doctor in ‘Tooth and Nail’

She was one of the first women doctors to participate in boxing matches on cable TV