Elwyn Brooks White wrote Charlotte’s Web as well as writing for the New Yorker and winning a Pulitzer Prize. “White, for me, is the great maker of the New Yorker style.” Adam Gopnik picking out five masters of the essay.
Books by E.B. White
Interviews where books by E.B. White were recommended
The New Yorker’s Ben Greenman selects books that get closer to the heart and history of the city. Street interviews, personal reflections and political struggles reveal NYC’s vibrant but troubled past.
What makes a great essayist? Who had it, who didn’t? And whose work left the biggest mark on the New Yorker? Longtime writer for the magazine, Adam Gopnik, picks out five masters of the craft
The Only Plane in the Sky: An Oral History of September 11, 2001
by Garrett Graff
Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes
by Tony Kushner
by Michelle Obama
by E.B. White & Garth Williams (illustrator)
The Dutch House
by Ann Patchett
The Testaments: A Novel
by Margaret Atwood
Every year, the Audie Awards celebrate the best audiobooks published over the previous year. Veteran audiobook reviewer Robin Whitten of AudioFile Magazine and Mary Burkey, who has served on multiple audiobook judging panels, explain what makes a good audiobook and talk us through the brilliant books that were finalists in the 2020 ‘Audiobook of the Year’ category.