The Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing director's debut short story collection, out Sept. 13, is set in a near future transformed by technology. With its strong Black Mirror vibe, multiple stories could be optioned.
"The world will be a more evolved place once we all read this book. Take my word for it, and go pick it up today. Absolutely brilliant," Wilde said about this exploration of race relations in the U.S. ... Talk about a stamp of approval!
If "light" endometriosis reading isn't your speed, this "prized possession" of Dunham's might be. Birmingham describes the lives of the wealthy folks who have lived at the Dakota, an 1884 NYC apartment building on "the wrong side of town."
As one of fashion's finest, it's no surprise that Karlie Kloss looks up to Diane von Furstenberg. "I have always been inspired by Diane (I have been lucky enough to work with her since I was 16)," she wrote. "But reading about her extraordinary life journey has given me a whole new appreciation for the resilient, passionate and loving woman she is."