Many novels and non-fiction books about the Holocaust take place in Germany and Poland. But David Albahari’s remarkable short novel, ȁ ... »
In the spring of 2012, Dean Bakopoulos was having trouble sleeping.
“I would take long walks,” the author says in a phone inte ... »
Four people, each wrestling with personal demons, offer both solace and conflict to one another in “Summerlong,” Dean Bakopoulos' third ... »
In 2010 Piper Kerman was known to readers and booksellers as the author of “Orange is the New Black,” a memoir detailing her year in ... »
Fans of the uber-popular Netflix series “Orange is the New Black” likely spent a good portion of the last week binge watching recently ... »
Frustrated with his country in the midst of the 2009 global financial crisis, Icelandic poet and comedian Jon Gnarr founded a new political party ( ... »
It’s not surprising that with the rise in interest in fan fiction in recent years, an author would explore the idea of pop culture obsession ... »
Rainbow Rowell’s characters — from a workaholic wife/mother who worries that putting her career first has ruined her marriage, to an ... »
Author Emily St. John Mandel isn’t one to write in a straight line.
“I have always written non-linear narratives with multiple ... »
All classic stories have one thing in common: by the end of the tale, the main character has undergone a transformation — grand or small, he ... »
Eric Rickstad’s “The Silent Girls” was first published only as an e-book by Witness Impulse, an imprint devoted to e-originals ... »