The collection of essays focuses on all things fantastical.
The novel shows the ways different people interpret and revise what they witnessed, limning events in telling ways.
The novelist channels the music in every voice, from lowlife philosopher to slow-footed thug, ponderous wit to fluting child.
‘Ducks, Newburyport’ is a 1,000-plus page female monologue. Might our focus on its heft be a little sexist, the author wonders?
In “Year of the Monkey,” the singer revisits her 70th year, when she lost two of her closest friends.
In alternating chapters, the twin musicians look back at their tumultuous teen years.
From Stephen Chbosky’s long-awaited sophomore effort to André Aciman’s follow-up to “Call Me By Your Name.”
Chevalier’s new novel, ‘A Single Thread,’ tells the tale of a woman who embroiders cushions for a grand British cathedral.
“Brooklyn: The Once and Future City” looks at the history of a place Walt Whitman, Spike Lee, Bernie Sanders and Barbra Streisand called home.
John Englehardt’s use of the second-person perspective creates an aching immediacy.