(Simon & Schuster/Katy Close)
(Simon & Schuster/Katy Close)
Many fiction writers have tried and failed to find comedy in the current administration. Finally, we have something to laugh about.
  • Jul 6
  • Review
The London-set novel focuses on four musicians trying to make it big.
  • Review
Debra Jo Immergut has constructed her tale as an ingenious maze.
  • 5 hours ago
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Andersen’s sister Sarah died of a drug overdose at 24.
  • 1 day ago
The Post’s Margaret Sullivan on the harm when local news is lost, and the efforts to revive it.
  • 4 days ago
Jim Newton’s biography argues that the California governor was on the cutting edge.
  • 4 days ago
An alliance between security services and the mob aided his rise, Catherine Belton writes.
  • 4 days ago
Devotion to its donors pushed the party to the right, Jacob S. Hacker and Paul Pierson argue.
  • 4 days ago
Our literary tastes are very different. Then quarantine left me looking for something to read.
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‘Want’ grapples with a litany of contemporary social issues.
  • 4 days ago
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The 720-page book by the writer of “Being John Malkovich” may be long but it’s never dull.
  • 5 days ago
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