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Reviews & Essays

The Burn Palace

A supernatural thriller that defies genre conventions and the "guilty pleasure" principle.

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Reviews & Essays

Life after Life

History repeats itself -- with variations -- in an inventive epic from the creator of the Jackson Brodie novels.

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A Reading Life

The Enchanted Wanderer

A nineteenth-century Russian comic storyteller shines in a bold new English translation.

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Reviews & Essays

Benediction

A view of the Colorado landscape and a family's new horizon.

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Speedboat

A long-out-of-print gem of wry postmodernism returns.

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Reviews & Essays

Ten White Geese

A Welsh farmhouse offers a garden of earthly delights.

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Middle C

Why the eighty-eight-year old novelist's new work reads like a debut.

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Interviews

Working Woman: An Interview with Marisa Silver

The author of Mary Coin on photography, teenagers, and writing a new kind of biography.

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Interviews

I View Readers as Participants: Mohsin Hamid on Writing in the Second Person

The author of How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia discusses his choice of a narrative point of view.

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Crime and Punishment

Harvest

Violent reckoning strikes a secluded and secretive eighteenth-century village.

 

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See Now Then

A family's domestic drama carries the magnitude of Greek myth.

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Vampires in the Lemon Grove

A horde of surreal short stories meld the commonplace with the supernatural.

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Interviews

About a Boy Band: An Interview with Teddy Wayne

The author of The Love Song of Jonny Valentine on bubblegum pop, marketing lingo, and fun with playlists.

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Library Without Walls

The Purple Cloud

A chilling Arctic expedition, fueled by horrific magic.

 

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A Reading Life

The Best of Youth

A star actor and his harried ghostwriter wage a war of words.

 

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