After Natasha Trethewey’s widely celebrated poetry collections and her first nonfiction book “Beyond Katrina,” “Memorial Drive” documents that difficult terrain of losing her mother, who was brutally murdered by Trethewey’s abusive stepfather in 1985.
If you have the fortitude, Lauren Beukes’s eerily prescient “Afterland” is not only precisely a book of our time, but also an engaging thriller.
In lieu of the regularly scheduled events we are sharing six books due for August 2020 release.
Megha Majumdar’s wrenching novel begins with an act of terrorism and an accusation.
Tomine assembles a series of autobiographical sketches spanning his entire career, mostly concentrating on his grappling with fame or the lack thereof.
Harvey’s book accepts no such popular, mythical understanding of con men, but rather builds more nuanced portraits of the players and the played.
This volume comes at a time when we are all searching for new words, grappling with the realization that English doesn’t feel good enough to express or even explain.
Before the internet and cable television became popular, movies fed the public’s voyeuristic desire for true crime’s inside information and judicial resolution.
A short list of books speaking to readers who experience racism.
Writing in a time when women mystery writers were not common, Paretsky created Sisters in Crime, a worldwide organization to support women crime writers.