Who I'd invite to my writers' dinner party
Han Kang’s main theme is the dignity and the cowardice that atrocity brings forth from people—often the same person.
In C.E. Morgan’s world, anything goes as long as it’s couched in the language of the equine.
Beautifully honest, this novel blurs the line between fiction and reality.
What would it take for us to stop denying climate change—and to find reasons for hope?
The Holocaust was perpetrated against specific groups of people. Is this fact a crucial part of every retelling?
In Dana Johnson's new collection, nothing is easy.
Nothing much happens in this novel—and yet, everything happens.
Leonard Pitts's story is so compelling that you barely notice how much you're learning.
If you’re new to Rick Bass’s edgy, glorious, and often brutal settings, this collection is a perfect place to start.