A Swim in a Pond in the Rain by George Saunders and Iron Goddess of Mercy by Larissa Lai are sophisticated, generous, and historically-sensitive autumn reads.
Words of grief, frustration, and hope reflect on the novel virus that brought the entire world to a standstill.
We review The Centaur’s Wife and The Absolute Book.
These new winter releases are educational, engrossing, and most definitely worth reading.
The tome is as much a piece of art as it is a slice of history.
The author behind Station Eleven and a debut novelist both explore the power and mystery of the British Columbian wilds.
Ken Babstock reviews Sontag: Her Life and Work by Benjamin Moser and Testosterone Rex by Cordelia Fine.
Our digital editors are reading two very different books and they want you to know about them.
This fall we are reading two Guggenheim recipients’ collections of short stories that cut to the heart of the world we’re living in.