Greg Grandin argues that our national security establishment lives in Kissinger’s permanent shadow.
An overview presentation and a panel discussion with notable authors.
That little girl is based on his 10-year-old daughter’s balletic reading style.
The author of ‘Citizen: An American Lyric’ considers the conflicting colors of the third president’s mind.
Stephen Dobyns pulls off a neat misdirection in this comic crime novel.
The mysterious novelist concludes her series with an homage to Naples and female friendship.
Michael Koryta’s creepy thriller is set partly in claustrophobic wormways deep underground.
China Miéville’s ‘Three Moments of an Explosion’ expertly mixes science fiction, fantasy and the surreal.
In “Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders,” Julianna Baggott explores the fallout of phenomenal success.
Washington Post bestsellers: the books Washington has been reading