(Michelle Mruk for The Washington Post)
(Michelle Mruk for The Washington Post)
  • May 23
  • Perspective

Tom King and Nick Drnaso have made headlines, but these gifted cartoonists have created standout work, too.

  • Review

Bruce Holsinger’s “The Gifted School” captures parents behaving badly, but truth is stranger than fiction.

  • Review

The author paints alternate realities to explore, obliquely, what it means to be alive today.

  • Charles Arrowsmith
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  • Review

David Szalay’s novel connects a dozen stories about people linked by air travel.

  • Jake Cline
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  • Perspective

“We write dystopian stories to be cautionary tales, not instruction manuals,” says Neal Shusterman.

  • M.T. Anderson
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  • Review

Tate’s final posthumous collection, “The Government Lake,” is full of delightful absurdity.

  • Charles Simic
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  • Review

Chanelle Benz’s debut novel is a page-turner infused with cultural criticism.

  • Michele Langevine Leiby
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  • Review

Jamil Jivani weaves his own story into a study of why marginalized young men become radicalized.

  • Dina Temple-Raston
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  • Review

It’s a timely moment for the “Star Trek” alum to look back at his early years behind barbed wire during World War II.

Marian Bantjes came up with the stunning typographical design.

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