A tenacious journalist takes up a bold new investigation into the potential existence of divine forces and the mystical nature of faith.
An urgent mission to the cosmos bears the fortitude of the Founding Fathers and the Industrial Revolution's pioneers.
The author of To the End of the Land returns to the grief of losing a child, in a poignant and richly lyrical dirge.
A guided tour through Nazi concentration camps makes for a haunting end to the life and career of a twentieth-century master.
The world before (and after) headlines.
A collection of short poems and photographs give lyrical voice to the citizens of Afghanistan's borderlands.
For some writers, a sentence is as telling as a fingerprint.
From the editors of The Weird, an ambitious collection of temporal quests and ingenious paradoxes.
How a New England school embodied a young nation's missionary zeal.
Bringing new life to the teen classics that made "YA" a literary genre.
Is Marxism the "spirit of the times" for our world economy?
Reading tales from inside the hedge fund casino.
A dark comedy of modern Ireland bears rings of ancient greed, betrayal, and murder.
The National Book Award‑winning writer talks about her new novel, and some old friends' return.
A bleary-eyed apocalypse in which zombies are replaced by the restlessly wakeful.
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