The year in fiction: Our favorite 2018 novels
The year in fiction. Peruse our favorite 76 novels from the past year at the 2019 Tournament of Books long list.
What it’s like to be 14 in a new school, a new city away from home—and the wrong ethnicity in a divided country.
How to move your hands very fast, from a bonus clip from I Am Bruce Lee, the 2012 documentary about the legendary martial arts master.
William Klein’s mesmerizing, rarely seen documentary The French goes behind the scenes at Rolland Garros in 1981.
Men read horrific tweets to women sports journalists. You are required to stay with it past the 45-second mark.
Traditionally ostracized in the weight room, women who dare to lift weights discover strength they were previously denied.
The World Cup and its drunken fans are about to crash head-first into a repressive, restrictive society, where alcohol is illegal mostly everywhere.
According to economists, if intelligent life elsewhere wants to kidnap earthlings, there must be a reason—and a business model.
A group of DC skaters finds abandoned backyard pools to drain and skate.
If a skater travels out of the city, far from urban parks and handrails, he does not cease to skate.
A record number of injuries and disqualifications in this year’s Tour de France is being blamed on addictions to contemporary fiction.
Photographs that find stillness in turbulence, moments close to reverence when almost nothing’s in control.
An adventure of food and drink in San Francisco naturally expands to include Ornette Coleman, Mexican wedding cookies, and a pet monkey admiring the ocean.