A year in the life of a rookie reporter earning her stripes inside the frenzy of Watergate.
The British essayist on his U.S. Navy immersion.
Rediscovering the 1884 geometric parable that signaled the brilliant dystopias of Orwell, Koestler, and Burgess.
An American reporter studies firsthand the waxing and waning freedoms of modern China's citizens.
Traveling back in time to the literary seductions of youth.
The journalist who brought the Snowden leaks to the world's attention tells his story.
New works of science fiction from Jo Walton and Mary Rickert depict the surreality, suppression, and suspense of recollection.
The Internet may have killed the letter as a literary form, but this collection provides a brilliant elegy.
A Bangladeshi garment worker turned labor organizer tells her own story.
A misanthropic dentist -- and all-around skeptic -- is pulled into the mystery of an ancient tribe of doubters.
A new collection highlights the imaginative fecundity of a master of the weird tale.
What happens when a salty Brit becomes the writer-in-residence aboard the USS George H. W. Bush?
The lives of a blind Parisian girl and a German radio prodigy converge during the Nazi occupation of France.
Science has been more interested in genes than genitals -- until now.
A new collection of short stories plays narrative games for high stakes.
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