IN Paul, an intimate, decades-long portrait project, photojournalist Harry Benson records the evolution of Paul McCartney (right) from the “sweet Beatle” to an honored solo musician and a sincere family man. McCartney’s charisma is evident, whether he’s focused on the piano or in a moment’s rest.
A crop of immersive novels – set in churches, deserts and outer space – dives into the strangeness of being human. – Keziah Weir
In these new books, three stars put their lives on paper. – KW
Robinson’s third laugh-out-essay collection is the first from her new imprint, Tiny Reparations, which she says will highlight “women, [people of color], and people from the LGBTQIA + community ”in a wide range of books, from thrillers to romance to comedy. “We are more than trauma,” she says, “and I plan to be one of many imprints to show it.”
Inspired by Treasures of the Italian table by Burton Anderson and the work of Nigel Slater, Nigella Lawson, MFK Fisher, Joseph Mitchell and SJ Perelman Tucci describes his epicurean life in this memoir with recipes from Gallery Books – not least a French delicacy shared with Meryl Streep. Her reaction: “It has a bit of the stable yard about it.” Hans: “It looks like a fucking horse cock.” If Tucci’s life was a single dish, he says VF, “I know it would be pasta!”
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