In Going to Trinidad, Martin J. Smith offers a portrait of gender-confirmation pioneer Dr. Stanley Biber.
In 19 essays written over two decades, Rachel Kushner’s The Hard Crowd is a “gallery of souls.”
Annalee Newitz’s Four Lost Cities: A Secret History of the Urban Age suggests where we’re going by examining where we’ve been.
Don’t start your day without reading this must-sip morning scene from author Dinah Lenney.
In Love Is an Ex-Country, Randa Jarrar takes a look at America—and herself.
The Desert Notebooks author reveals why the Mojave is a great place to ask really big questions, namely: Why are we here?
The author’s memoir, Unforgetting, explores the connections between violence in El Salvador and the United States.
In his latest book, author Ben Ehrenreich seeks to imagine an alternative pathway for humanity.
Author Seth Greenland worries he’s not interesting enough to write a memoir in this excerpt from…his memoir.