This humorous, heartfelt debut novel follows a precocious chef-to-be as she grows up in the heartland.
A playlist by popular writers of the songs that shaped them.
Jason Ramos portrays the danger and beauty of his career as an elite wildland firefighter.
They were F. Scott Fitzgerald’s real-life models for the glamorous protagonists of “Tender Is the Night.”
The story is a brilliant and masterful retelling of the Nez Perce War of 1877 that is worth every page.
The new issue of One Teen Story features ‘Locked In,’ a tale about two teens in the hospital — one dying, the other paralyzed.
Occasionally charming, “Let Me Tell You” should not be anyone’s introduction to the writer.
A forlorn bookseller floats down the Seine in search of lost love.
Paula McLain offers a portrait of the iconoclastic pilot and her times.
In “Nagasaki,” Susan Southard describes what happened to A-bomb survivors of a targeted Japanese city.
The co-author of “All the President’s Men” says two new books are not quite the great narrative biographies Richard Nixon deserves.
Elijah Wald’s “Dylan Goes Electric!” explores the 1965 Newport Folk Festival and its aftermath.
‘We Could Not Fail’ looks at the African Americans who helped win the Space Race
The Folio Society has launched a competition on social media -- #OwnTheSpice
A masterpiece of fiction by Murasaki Shikibu in a new translation by Dennis Washburn.
Anna North’s novel tells the story of an iconoclastic filmmaker.
“Dr. Who: The Drosten’s Curse,” “Aurora” and “The Watchmaker of Filigree Street.”
Deanna Fei’s memoir is the moving personal tale of the premature child who sparked a debate.
Austin Grossman’s zany novel draws us into the operatic tragedy of Tricky Dick’s violently oscillating career.
Kathy Reichs has created one of the most interesting female protagonists in American crime fiction.
The books Washington has been reading.