A comedy of Russian art and politics finds a frustrated writer being torn apart at the seams.
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 National Book Award‑winning writer talks about her new novel, and some old friends' return.
A Nigerian expatriate returns to Lagos, with altered vision.
Two of today's best young fiction writers on soldier's stories, the Delta blues, and walking the tightrope between terror and hilarity.
American reinvention meets African revolution in the tale of a friendship and its aftermath.
A true story of abduction and terror inspired the novelist to strike out in a bold new direction.
Fiction's Old Guard is in anything but retreat.
Two writers capture the legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder in works of memoir and fiction.
A Mexican family's comic woes vibrantly recall Greek mythology and the young James Joyce.
A pair of damaged souls try to knit together worlds unraveled by circumstance.
A novel of a writer's life at a crossroads -- as seen through snapshots from the mind's eye.
The story of a set of mysterious disappearances in Japan takes readers down a rabbit hole of deceit.
A National Book Award winner's gripping tale of a music teacher who's branded a terrorist.
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