Love's a farce.
Fifty novelists open up about art, life, and the discovery of new worlds.
A new book looks back at the life -- and premature end -- of an enigmatic actor.
The great chronicler of turn-of-the-century New York was also a master of the chilling tale.
Imam vs. Autocrat: a look at the history and personalities behind the Iranian Revolution.
The sensitively mapped tale of an affair on the eve of war is cloaked within a comedy of manners.
Christopher Morley's story of a bookseller's misadventures is packed with in-jokes for readers.
Sacco and Vanzetti, the Great Flood, Lindbergh, and the Bambino -- a snapshot of America in one tumultuous year.
Allen Gurganus's small-town portraits recall the grotesques of Sherwood Anderson's classic.
The author of The Windsor Faction on "authorial sleight-of-hand" and putting words into the mouths of real people.
The creation of a state of terror.
An adventure on the slopes of Mount Everest harks back to the ripping yarns of Kipling and Haggard.
The author of The Secret History and The Little Friend returns with a saga of obsession, art, crime, and loneliness.
An irreverent scholar's take-no-prisoners approach to antiquity.
A new book for aspiring writers of fantasy puts the emphasis on the visual.
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