The author of Please Look After Mom turns to South Korea's turbulent 1980s in her new novel.
Tensions flare in a New Hampshire town swollen by summer residents.
The "Pope of Trash" talks about hitting the road and discovering America in his hitchhiking adventure Carsick.
What's the line between a writer's life and a writer's truth? Two novelists pursue the "$64,000 question."
Why one of science fiction's most ambitious biographies proves one of its most essential.
An unlikely Norwegian folk hero continues his sprawling odyssey.
This short story from an enthralling new collection finds curious suburban fathers and daughters searching for connection.
With World Cup–level prowess, a soccer fanatic delves into the beautiful game's Latin American heart.
Crossing the U.S.-Mexican border with a family living in the Land of Opportunity's shadows.
The author of the beloved Easy Rawlins series on patrolling a bold new beat: the adult film industry.
A spirited journey through the chemistry and psychology of libation.
The author who famously moved to a sun-drenched European villa recollects her childhood in the American South.
The author of The Dinner returns with new horrors, from the surgically sinister mind of a bourgeois physican.
A vivid new novel, born from the true story of Margaret Mead's loves and losses in New Guinea.
A novelist shines mercilessly comic light on the insular world of literary prizes.
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