With so many Paris books out there, what exactly has inspired generations of authors to pen stories about the City of Light?
As the American Library in Paris celebrates its centennial, we look back at the origins, history, evolution and future of this literary landmark.
Read Kate Kemp-Griffin's favorite chapter from her new book, a behind-the-scenes look into the sensuous, intimate world of French lingerie.
The first artist authorised to copy Gustave Courbet's controversial work divulges some of the secrets behind the artist's work and life.
Linda Hervieux, author of "Forgotten" recounts how a chance meeting with an 89-year old veteran while covering the 65th anniversary of the infamous D-Day landing in Normandy impacted both their lives.
Author Lindsey Tramuta explores the myth of the French woman and offers a more timely, diverse and empowering vision of who embodies the New Parisienne.
What does it mean to be "spiritual"? For the past 30 years, I was and am searching for transcendence, multidimensionality, whatever you want to call it: to have an answer to that eternal question : ”is that all there is?” and if not, then, what else is there?
An American expat and avid reader argues that books are an essential part of life and suggests how to support your local bookshop this holiday season.