In The Mysteries, Marisa Silver embodies the inner lives of two young girls.
The author’s debut novel, Right Back Where We Started From, is full of unapologetically ambitious women.
In Going to Trinidad, Martin J. Smith offers a portrait of gender-confirmation pioneer Dr. Stanley Biber.
Lightning and a mysterious fire spark a departure from Maine for the California gold rush in this debut novel.
In Index of Women and Now We’re Getting Somewhere, Amy Gerstler and Kim Addonizio write out of the uncertainty of the times.
In 19 essays written over two decades, Rachel Kushner’s The Hard Crowd is a “gallery of souls.”
A Washington bookstore was the Texas writer’s most enduring love.
The author’s debut collection, Eat the Mouth That Feeds You, is a darkly brilliant talisman.
In her novel Vera, Carol Edgarian revisits the Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906.
In her new novel, Carol Edgarian re-creates the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.