The master ventriloquist of the American vernacular in all its comic variety.
In Norman Rush’s Subtle Bodies, a memorial service brings old friends together.
A quartet of tales from the dark side of the heart.
Reading Spain's civil war, and the modern nation in its wake.
The healing power of love found in deep space, the nineteenth century, and modern homes.
Why this 1903 "Record of Secret Service" may be the first great modern spy novel.
Five stories follow seekers of knowledge in the natural world.
Intimate memoirs of New York life and love.
An alternate history epic brings a British captain and his loyal dragon to battle with Napoleon's army.
How Irving Berlin's patriotic tune became a shadow national anthem.
Sometimes the mystery is not what leads up to a murder, but what happens after.
The power of memory and longing is undimmed in this classic memoir.
The visionary adventure begun in Saturn's Children continues to extend the legacy of Heinlein and other foundational dreamers.
Divided loyalties can make for passionate drama.
The Roma roots and world-conquering rhythms of an unclassifiable band.
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