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Why the Open Road Is the Perfect Setting for a Thriller

Ahead of you is the distant horizon and around you the steady, reliable hum of an engine. Where you were, who you were, disappears down the highway behind you. You are between, in-transit — nowhere. Whatever awaits you at your destination is in the future. Whatever or whoever is behind you i...

5 Books that Bring Intersectional Feminism to the Forefront

In a political climate where there is a fast-growing awareness of how unfairly women are being treated at work, in school, and at home, it’s imperative to ensure that there aren’t women’s voices who are being left out of the conversation. I constantly hear conversations about whether or not the h...

8 of the Best Cocktails from Classic Literature

As owners of the cocktail institution, Death & Co and authors of the New York Times bestselling book of the same name and our new book, Cocktail Codex, we make and study cocktails for a living. Therefore, it is no surprise that we have a great appreciation for writers who use cocktai...

A Reader’s Guide to the Works of Haruki Murakami

Haruki Murakami is a difficult writer to characterize. Broadly, his style falls under magical realism with an occasional absurdist streak. His writing is simple yet dense, filled with lush imagery, richly drawn characters, and a deep well of underlying emotion. There’s often an ethereal, a...

5 Classic Books That Are Ripe for a Retelling

Before I began writing The Winters, my modern response to Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, the first thing I did was Google whether another writer had already taken a stab. Turns out there are a few Rebecca retellings, including at least two sequels, one sanctioned by the estate called Rebeccas...

Earth, Water, Air, and Fire: 13 Best Books on the Elements

The four classic elements – earth, water, air, and fire – are the fundamental forces of our natural world. They impact our lives in ways both large and small, whether it’s as sustaining energies or devastating engines of destruction. In many ways, they serve as the base components of life ...

A Quick Illustrated History of Little Women

In the mid-nineteenth century, two Transcendentalists founded the Fruitlands community in the town of Harvard, Massachusetts. Community members couldn’t have root vegetables, because they grew down into the ground toward hell. Meat, warm baths, and drinking anything except water were all f...

22 Book Gifts for Everyone on Your List

Just like that, the holidays are upon us once again. With the trimming and decking, reflecting and jubilating comes, inevitably, at least one moment of stress as your gift-giving intentions threaten to take over the joy of the season. Have no fear – we at Signature have you covered. Herewith...

8 Titles that Prove the Power of Magical Realism

From memorable classics like The House of the Spirits to onscreen wonders like “The Shape of Water,” magical realism offers audiences the opportunity to look at the world from a different angle. The familiar becomes strange, and the strange in return becomes ordinary. Through study and innovatio...

Phoebe Robinson on Feminism and That ‘I Was Rooting For You’ Moment

Written in her trademark unfiltered and witty style, Robinson’s latest collection, Everything’s Trash, But It’s Okay, is a call to action. In this excerpt from the book, Robinson ties her feelings about feminism and the role it played in the 2016 election to an iconic, pop-culture moment...

An Epic Cultural History: 6 Best Books About Greece

The cultural history of Greece is a center point of modern culture, one that can be seen in myriad ways from politics and sports to art and literature. As the birthplace of democracy and the cradle of Western civilization, the impact of Greece on the world as we know is difficult to overstate. M...