Taffy Brodesser-Akner brings to her first novel the currency of a dating app and the wisdom of a Greek tragedy.
The novel, based on a Greek legend, could have been a postmodern mess if it weren’t for Haddon’s skill as a storyteller.
The novel argues for the right to sexual relations without the frisson of sexual relations.
The extraordinary, continued success of the book stems from the book’s infinitely flexible appropriateness.
A celebrated young poet tells his life story.
This is not a test. You don’t have to improve yourself — or impress anybody.
The thriller falls victim to its own unintentional comedy.
The Pulitzer Prize finalist will discuss her career and read her work.
In Ryan Chapman’s novella, a prisoner unleashes an esoteric monologue of self-justification and cultural criticism.
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