Alex Witchel writes about food (and people) for the New York Times Magazine, and is the author of The Spare Wife, Girls Only, and Me Times Three.
Trillin contributes wry essays on food, travel, and the American scene to The New Yorker. In 2012 he won the Thurber Prize for American Humor.
A former restaurant critic for The New York Times, Op-ed columnist Frank Bruni is the author of the memoir Born Round.
After writing a memoir about her difficult upbringing, Jeannette Walls is ready to make things up.
For his next feat, the playwright David Henry Hwang reimagines an icon.
Post-Miranda, post-men and post-cancer, Cynthia Nixon returns to where she has always felt most like herself.
Julian Fellowes’s upstairs-downstairs period drama is a hit in England. Who knew American audiences would be enamored of the old class system, too?
How she made a long marriage work with Norman.