Thomas Murphy: A Bittersweet Tale by Roger Rosenblatt

Behold the charming, wistful, vibrant, aging Thomas Murphy, whose story celebrates the ageless confusion that is this dreadful, gorgeous life.

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7 Brand-new Short Stories for Short Story Month


A Fresh, Dark Collection: The Bed Moved by Rebecca Schiff


A Spot-on NYC '70s-set YA Novel


New Romance Series: Fishing for Trouble by Laura Drewry


A Brief History of Bromance


Love in the Time of WWII: Why It Works in Fiction


April 27, 2016

Not Your Average Science Book: Lab Girl by Hope Jahren

Scientist Hope Jahren’s debut effort, Lab Girl, a story of life and love in the strange world of scientific academia, is undoubtedly a good memoir.

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April 26, 2016

The Future Is Now: A Q&A with Sylvain Neuvel

Read on for Sylvain Neuvel's thoughts on his format, the future, and science fiction.

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April 25, 2016

Family and Money: The Nest by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney

Family dysfunction is definitely not a new subject for novels (or any writing, for that matter), but some authors find a way to keep it fresh and fun to read. Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney does just that.

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April 24, 2016

Breaking Away From Mommie Dearest in This Debut YA Novel

Kerry Kletter's debut young adult novel, The First Time She Drowned, will tug at your heart strings in all the right ways, and I have a feeling this new author has many more stories to share.

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April 23, 2016

The Latest Romance in The McKinney Brothers Series

Claudia Connor is back with the third novel in The McKinney Brothers.

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April 22, 2016

A Refreshing Take on Depression

In her depression survival guide, Jacqueline Novak doesn’t approach anything with kid gloves.

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April 21, 2016

Must-read Hungarian Fiction by Magda Szabo

American readers are missing out on great books that haven’t been translated to English. Lucky for us, The Door has arrived Stateside.

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