Kim Hubbard

From Barack Obama’s candid memoir to Maggie O’Farrell’s Shakespearean dream: the clear-eyed nonfiction and transporting novels that helped us through an unprecedented year
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Immersive novels, transporting mysteries and reckonings with race and "otherness" in America
Travel back in time, investigate a crime, or head for Nantucket — even if you can't leave home
PEOPLE ranks the best of the best books of the year
The treatment has improved significantly over the years, explains psychiatrist Dr. Sarah Lisanby
"Depression is an illness. Hiding it prevents treating it," he told PEOPLE about confronting mental illness
In this week's issue of PEOPLE, Rosanne Cash opens up about her father Johnny Cash's struggles with addiction during her childhood
In this week's issue of PEOPLE, Rosanne Cash opens up about life with her father, Johnny Cash
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"It's like not having a leg or an arm, but there's nothing I can do about it," the singer tells PEOPLE
And the winners are... a superb sequel to the Handmaid's Tale, an ex-CIA agent's heart-pounding memoir and more
The disorder is "the f---ed up offspring of manic depression and schizophrenia," the author tells PEOPLE
Memoirs by one-of-a-kind women, bittersweet essays from two funny guys and some first-rate fiction
Lush historical novels, a treat for Big Little Lies fans and Tina Turner’s candid memoir
Anne Tyler’s 22nd novel, bittersweet humor from David Sedaris and more
Bruce Springsteen tells his life story, with songs, in a somber but exhilarating Broadway show
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The veteran cartoonist reveals how she eases her multiple anxieties with humor
A look at some of the cartoonist's best work
The cast and crew of The Handmaid's Tale have also noticed the similarities
Glass Castle Author Jeannette Walls reflects how she tried to help her homeless parents — and eventually persuading her mom to move onto her property
The Hollywood original on her classic movies, great loves and why a lifetime achievement award isn't a retirement party
“I had a problem -- it was sick and creepy," Keaton tells PEOPLE. 
Diane Keaton has her own fond memories of her "many loves"
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Author Margaret Atwood talks to PEOPLE about The Handmaid's Tale, women's rights, and the Trump presidency
"Of course I’m going to do the best I can," Diane Keaton tells PEOPLE on what she's done to combat signs of aging
Gloria Steinem discusses her complicated relationship with her looks