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Proceeds from the sale of the fireproof book will benefit PEN America, which advocates for free expression worldwide.
Margaret Atwood launched the initiative with a video that shows her attempting in vain to incinerate the classic novel about a totalitarian patriarchy.
In Justice Alito’s draft opinion, “a sin within a certain set of religious beliefs is to be made a crime for all,” she writes, evoking her novel of enslaved women.
The chosen name reminded many people of both the Marvel Cinematic Universe and "The Handmaid's Tale."
Margaret Atwood, the author of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” is writing a sequel to the hit novel.
The bestselling author said "the world we've been living in" helped inspire her upcoming book “The Testaments."
In Season 2, Episode 4, June becomes Offred again. Also... where are the men?
In Season 2, Episode 3, we finally meet June’s mom, a dauntless feminist activist who "always knew" Gilead was coming.
The slow burn of “The Handmaid’s Tale” is so unsettling because of its real-life parallels.
Bruce Miller talks Me Too, race in Gilead and why "The Handmaid's Tale" will never be torture porn.