Extra! Extra!: September 2021 Book News

HERE ARE THE HEADLINES YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THIS MONTH.

Jonathan Franzen is taking a more compassionate stance toward his characters—and himself, he tells the Wall Street Journal.

NPR talks MISFITS by Michaela Coel, INTO THE FOREST by Rebecca Frankel, ON FREEDOM by Maggie Nelson, CIVILIZATIONS by Laurent Binet, BEAUTIFUL WORLD, WHERE ARE YOU by Sally Rooney, WILDLAND by Evan Osnos, and THE TREES by Percival Everett.

The Washington Post reviews ON FREEDOM by Maggie Nelson, BEAUTIFUL WORLD, WHERE ARE YOU by Sally Rooney, APPLES NEVER FALL by Liane Moriarty, MISFITS by Michaela Coel, and BURNING MAN by Frances Wilson.

The New York Times dives into ON FREEDOM by Maggie Nelson, BEAUTIFUL WORLD, WHERE ARE YOU by Sally Rooney, L.A. WEATHER by María Amparo Escandón, BROTHERS ON THREE by Abe Streep, UNBOUND by Tarana Burke, APPLES NEVER FALL by Liane Moriarty, CIVILIZATIONS by Laurent Binet, HUMANE by Samuel Moyn, and THE RIGHT TO SEX by Amia Srinivasan.

Louise Penny’s Three Pines and Charlie Jane Anders’ VICTORIES GREATER THAN DEATH to hit the big screen!

TIME talks Sally Rooney’s mastery of the art of the millennial novel with BEAUTIFUL WORLD, WHERE ARE YOU.

Check out the New York Times profiling on the wonderful S.A. Cosby

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