Along with my history of magic, our love affair with Jane Austen and the comedy of Simon Rich.
The festival on Sept. 1 at the Washington Convention Center is expected to draw more than 100,000 bookworms.
In “The Mere Wife,” Maria Dahvana Headley skewers suburban sanctimony while giving the have-nots their due.
Ron Charles reviews "The Mere Wife" by Maria Dahvana Headley, which is a modern-day adaptation of "Beowulf" without the macho hero.
The untapped value of negative book reviews, radical gratitude and walking tours
Kate Christensen’s novel shows luxury liners for what they are: grotesque microcosms of our stratified world.
“The English Patient” by Michael Ondaatje won the 50th anniversary award.
Oddly enough, it involves two guys reenacting ‘Waiting for Godot.’
“The President Is Missing” is still here — and Anne Tyler is back.
The weirdest, funniest, downright strangest holiday-theme titles we could find