Education  students  training The Week in Books

Education students training The Week in Books

Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey’s “She Said,” new memoirs from Demi Moore and Edward Snowden, “Super Tuesday” for publishing and more.ImageFrom left: Jod

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Education students training Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey’s “She Said,” new memoirs from Demi Moore and Edward Snowden, “Super Tuesday” for publishing and more.ImageFrom left: Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey; Demi Moore’s new memoir, “Inside Out”; Edward Snowden.CreditMartin Schoeller; Alessandra Montalto/The New York Times; Lindsay MillsWe take the weekend to highlight recent books coverage in The Times:A tour of the Book ReviewIn their best-selling new book, “She Said,” the Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey recount how they broke the Harvey Weinstein story, work that earned them the Pulitzer Prize and helped solidify #MeToo as an ongoing national movement. They discuss the book on this week’s podcast. And Ian Urbina’s new book, “The Outlaw Ocean,” began as an investigative series for The Times about how the unregulated seas allow for corruption, violence and lawlessness. Super Tuesday (for books)!This past Tuesday was a particularly star-studded release day for publishing, with highly anticipated new books by Margaret Atwood, Malcolm Gladwell and several others.Stephen King’s latest novel, “The Institute,” was one of those books. The story is a return to one of his ongoing subjects: terrible things happening to children. Our review is by Laura Miller, who says King’s new novel is “as consummately honed and enthralling as the very best of his work.” (Don’t miss our interview with King about the book and what scares him these days.)And there are still plenty more noteworthy books coming out this month. One of this week’s big titles is “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh,” by the Times reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly. The book reinvestigates the misconduct allegations against the Supreme Court justice, and includes new interviews with Christine Blasey Ford and Deborah Ramirez.The criticsJennifer Szalai reviews Edward Snowden’s new memoir, “Permanent Record.” “The book is unlikely to change anyone’s mind about Snowden,” Szalai writes, “but when it comes to privacy and speech and the Constitution, his story clarifies the stakes.”The essays in “Coventry,” by Rachel Cusk, author of the Outline trilogy of novels, are “first-rate, marked by candor and seriousness,” Dwight Garner said.And Parul Sehgal looks at “The Penguin Book of Migration Literature,” edited by Dohra Ahmad, which includes writing by Edwidge Danticat, Marjane Satrapi, Zadie Smith and others.Demi Moore on her new memoirOur reporter Dave Itzkoff spoke to Demi Moore about her new memoir, “Inside Out,” in which she candidly writes about her Hollywood career, her much scrutinized marriages to the actors Bruce Willis and Ashton Kutcher and her all-too-abrupt childhood. “There’s nothing I have to protect,” Moore said of her depiction of her life and career in the book. “Really.”
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