Interviews with authors and TV showrunners about upcoming novels being adapted for television, following the success of The Handmaid's Tale and Big Little Lies.
Interviewed legendary designer Bob Mackie about some of his most iconic creations — and the divas who wore them.
Candice Bergen discusses her second memoir 'A Fine Romance' — and her controversial comments about gaining weight.
Interview/profile of 'Sweetbitter' author Stephanie Danler, May 2016.
IT’S 11 A.M. AND HALEY BENNETT is on her third cup of coffee. “I’m heating it up for the 10th time,” she says, laughing. She’s chipper but ready for a break: “I’m going to Italy tomorrow, so I’ve been up every night for the past three nights in anticipation of my first vacation in two years.”
News story about the rise of celebrities like Lena Dunham, Gwyneth Paltrow, and more starting their own book publishing imprints.
Bream is hardly Eisenberg’s first literary effort: In addition to a plethora of short humor pieces, he’s penned three plays and even a novel, although he promises we’ll never see it. “Everybody who ends up putting a book out has a shitty novel from college,” Eisenberg says. “I would not ever publish mine. It’s not good.”
In the midst of his whirlwind tour, EW talked to Asher about how Hannah’s suicide could have been prevented, why teens find his characters so relatable, and why we need to open up about issues like suicide and bullying, no matter how uncomfortable they might seem.