Ron Charles
Ron Charles

Ron came to The Post in 2005 from the Christian Science Monitor, where he was the Book Editor and lead critic. He lives in Bethesda with his wife, an English teacher at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School.

Latest by Ron Charles

George Saunders wins 2017 Man Booker Prize

“Lincoln in the Bardo” is the second American novel in a row to win the UK award.

Roddy Doyle was determined to write a novel that shocked — and succeeded

His latest book, “Smile,” delves into painful memories of youth and abuse.

Reading to your kids on Halloween is sweeter than candy corn

Make memories with “Goodnight Goon,” “Six Creepy Sheep” and other scary classics for kids.

Ghastly Halloween gifts for the literary witch or warlock in your life

‘Literary Witches’ and ‘The Ghost Box’ offer thrills glorious and grim.