Fiction and nonfiction for teens that explores life beyond male and female.
An alpine journey of "howling blizzards" and awesome views, from the author of The Steady Running of the Hour.
Ten writers the Game of Thrones fan needs to know.
This is not a biography of Leonard Cohen: it's a spiritual odyssey.
A rock musician-turned-novelist takes the woes of three hard-luck Americans and makes them sing.
Ghosts of the past haunt a fragile World War I veteran living on England's southern coast.
The Bard's lasting influence on U.S. icons during some of the nation's most pivotal moments.
The tumultuous history of France and its Arabs in the wake of the Algerian War.
Thinking outside the box of twentieth-century office life.
Uncoiling a Booker Prize winner's tightly wound collection of short -- at times very short -- stories.
Why was Shirley Temple one of the most iconic figures of 1930s America?
A comedy of Russian art and politics finds a frustrated writer being torn apart at the seams.
Life under the expanding watch -- and lucrative industry -- of Homeland Security.
On the seventy-fifth anniversary of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, a celebration of the author's revolutionary belief in familial loyalty and America's disenfranchised poor.
An inspiration behind HBO's True Detective brings the horrors and earthly delights of the nineteenth century's roaring conclusion.
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