Tom King and Nick Drnaso have made headlines, but these gifted cartoonists have created standout work, too.
Bruce Holsinger’s “The Gifted School” captures parents behaving badly, but truth is stranger than fiction.
The author paints alternate realities to explore, obliquely, what it means to be alive today.
David Szalay’s novel connects a dozen stories about people linked by air travel.
“We write dystopian stories to be cautionary tales, not instruction manuals,” says Neal Shusterman.
Tate’s final posthumous collection, “The Government Lake,” is full of delightful absurdity.
Chanelle Benz’s debut novel is a page-turner infused with cultural criticism.
Jamil Jivani weaves his own story into a study of why marginalized young men become radicalized.
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.