The food and lifestyle expert’s inaugural cookbook masters our experience of seasonality through flavor and presentation, with elevated yet attainable food and design.
J. Arthur Scott’s story of a tense and (slightly) bloody encounter between a man and his friend’s ex-girlfriend forms the latest edition of The Last Word, our ongoing series of original short fiction.
In her début book of short stories, the Canadian author makes disconcerting symbols out of everyday objects like sewing machines and canned food and offers up a powerful examination of the human (and often female) body under attack.
In conjunction with a retrospective at London’s Dover Street Market, a new book covers the visual history of iconic skate brand Stüssy through its impactful, graphic t-shirts.
In her piercingly honest first novel, the Italian author recounts her turbulent and emotional years as a teenager freshly relocated to a city that seemed ready to burst.
Illustrator Greg Foley and writer Andrew Luecke cover one hundred years of teenage rebellion, popular music, and street style in an illustrated compendium of a century’s worth of groups and subcultures—complete with expert-curated playlists on Apple Music.
The Vietnamese refugee discusses the winding road from being raised by his illiterate mother in the projects to his new status as a New Yorker-published poet.
In his compact new monograph, the photographer explores memory, the past, and the way we choose to remember through landscapes shot on his uniquely marred Leica.
The filmmaker and journalist translates his Nowness video series into print with a new book offering an intimate look into the studios of some of today’s leading artists, from Jeff Koons and Robert Longo to Doug Aitken and Damien Hirst.
In his first book Half-Day, the photographer explores color and patterns through candid portraiture, urban settings, and natural landscapes.