Michelle Gallen’s winning novel documents one Irish woman’s effort to organize the chaos swirling around her.
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Han’s debut novel follows a Chinese couple reaching for the American Dream while raising their children in Texas.
Lüscher’s style is a hybrid of intellectual posturing and absurd slapstick.
The novel’s self-help aphorisms are superficial when they aren’t simply nonsensical.
If you’ve been distracted lately by the presidential impeachment trial, you may have missed this tertiary symptom of the collapse of our democracy.
The novel takes place in Laos where deadly bombings are so common, nobody hears them anymore.
Stephen Wright’s “Processed Cheese” is crazy, crude and completely of the moment.
The recently unveiled list, compiled from more than a century of circulation data, is like a literary cardiogram of the nation’s beating heart.
This story collection revisits an American teacher in Bulgaria from the novel “What Belongs to You.”
Readers aren’t as easily shocked as they used to be. How did we get here?