Livy has juvenile dermatomyositis, a rare autoimmune disease that can be life-threatening. The disease attacked her muscles, causing them to break down. She was diagnosed at age 5.
Stack’s writing in ‘Women’s Work: A Reckoning with Work and Home’ is sharp and lovely, especially in the first section of the book as she describes her plunge into new motherhood and yearlong journey to find herself again.
Polish novelist Olga Tokarczuk, who scooped last year's Booker International Prize for fiction, was named on Tuesday among five female nominees for this year's prestigious literary award.
Casey Cep’s debut book, “Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee,” is a deep dive into the later work of one of this country’s most beloved authors.
President Emmanuel Macron has awarded the country's top honour to the controversial top-selling French novelist Michel Houellebecq, a scourge of the establishment for his bitter denunciations of modern France.
Often, they’re satisfying neither as novels nor as story collections, but Julia Phillips’ debut, “Disappearing Earth,” is an exception.
A 12-year-old child prodigy from Uttar Pradesh, India, has written 135 books on subjects like religion and biographies of well known personalities including Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
Obaid Salem Al Zaabi, Permanent Representative of the UAE to the UN in Geneva, attended a ceremony to launch the Arabic version of 'Before the Oil, Abu Dhabi 1954-58', a personal memoir authored by Susan Hilliard.
Everybody will remember the book that made them laugh and cry, the one that they turn to again and again.