For Jessa Crispin, 2010 began with Coco Chanel, then took a fortuitous turn. Check out her favorites.
Jessa Crispin is the editor and founder of Bookslut. She currently resides in Berlin.
NTK contributor Jessa Crispin talks to author Mary E. Davis about the Ballets Russes and how it influenced every facet of the art world, from music and dance to fashion and design.
Jessa Crispin revisits the novel, “Still Missing,” which was inspired by the 1979 disappearance of 6-year-old Etan Patz.
Jessa Crispin test drives Dorie Greenspan’s “Around My French Table.” Plus: a recipe for cheesy, puffy gougères.
In the graphic novel “H Day,” Renée French brings her dreamlike sense of human fragility and fear to her own crushing headaches. Jessa Crispin reviews.
Jessa Crispin shares five books that destroy the awful romantic clichés that Hollywood never seems to tire of.
Jessa Crispin celebrates the cocktail revival by spending an evening behind the bar.
Translator Anne McLean shares her top Spanish language reads with Jessa Crispin.
Jessa Crispin talks to Cordelia Fine about why it’s easier for us to believe that women are just bad at math.