If you like biography, interviews or Lyndon B. Johnson, don’t miss this Paris Review interview with Pulitzer Prize-winner Robert Caro. Caro is now starting his fifth decade of work on …..
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Natalie Portman is playing First Lady Jackie Kennedy in the new biopic Jackie. The film just premiered at the Venice Film Festival and it’s a “brilliantly constructed, diamond-hard character study,” according …..
Women’s History Month is here! And if you liked our students’ guide to Black History Month, you’ll love our big guide to Women’s History Month biographies. All the big names …..
Our Aishwarya Rai biography has been updated with new facts and photos. For one thing, it’s the Aishwarya Rai Bachchan biography now. She married fellow Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan in 2007. We …..
To which world leader did he teach the horsey dance?
When historian William Manchester died before finishing his massive bio of Winston Churchill, a novice stepped into the breach.
He grew up to finish a world war and drop the A-bomb, but he wasn’t “big-fisted” as a boy.
From Calvin Coolidge to The Situation, the odd bedfellows of July 4th.
How a self-made man can make himself crazy.
Remember The Hours? This is the guy who wrote it. Our new biography of Michael Cunningham is now live.
She’s a Rhodes scholar, a volleyball player, and a super-popular TV personality. Our new biography is up and running.
A new book about President Richard Nixon claims he was wife-beating drunk who dabbled in Mafia man-love. But was he a good conservative?
Harper Lee, author of the beloved novel To Kill a Mockingbird, turns 85 today. She’s living quietly in Alabama, as always.