Rachel Rosenfelt, Editor in Chief of The New Inquiry, gets interviewed by Evan Kindley, Managing Editor of the Los Angeles Review of Books. In their conversation, Rosenfelt reveals that TNI's prevailing editorial principle is: "Is this boring? Is this safe? If the answer is yes, then it’s not for us."
We've mentioned the "What books have stayed with you?" social media trend before, and now Facebook has tallied up the most popular titles by country. The results are both exactly what you would expect - The Little Prince ranks high in France, One Hundred Years of Solitude fairs well in Latin America - and a little surprising as the Harry Potter series tops the list in countries ranging from India to Italy to Brazil.