A selection of images of families living in Crystal, City. a secret American internment camp in Texas during World War II.
The writer discovers the difficulties of platonic friendship and pleasures of aging.
Editorial Assistant David Lamb remembers studying with Beth McNamara, Marina Keegan’s high school English teacher and close mentor.
The lead singer of the Staple Singers and beloved living legend talks with music critic Greg Kot about her family, her time with Dr. King, and how her music fueled a movement.
A list of our favorite facts about Ruth Rendell, a beloved queen of crime fiction.
The editors of Best American Poetry 2014 dish on their unsung poetry heroes, exchange basketball metaphors, and list their favorite volumes from the acclaimed poetic anthology.
We unearth some archival pictures of the New York City buildings that have housed Scribner’s publishing operations for over a century.
How the Scribner logo, a now ubiquitous flame in the spines of countless bestsellers and classics, changed from the late 1800s to modern day.
This Thursday we revisit the splendidly detailed cover illustrations of Scribner’s Magazine
We sat down with the CIA’s former top lawyer to find out how his relationship with the agency and its controversial programs evolved since he published his book about his decade of work for the CIA.
Adam Braun, the New York Times bestselling author of The Promise of a Pencil, on realizing the biggest lesson from success is the power of failure.
The novelist and Pulitzer Prize winner shares how a visit to a small French town spurred a decade-long journey.
In this conversation between the two Scribner novelists, Rachel Kushner probes into Miranda July’s fascination with uncanny pairings in her short films.
As his acting career blossomed, Franco always made time for books. In this essay, the author of Palo Alto discusses what he loves to read and write.