Nayler’s masterful debut combines fascinating science and well-wrought characters to deliver a deep dive into the nature of ...
New Yorker staff writer Aviv debuts with a collection of thought-provoking journalistic profiles of people with mental ...
Hjorth (Long Live the Post Horn!) delivers a gripping tale of obsession about an artist and her frayed relationship with her ...
Leah and Megan, the identical twin sisters at the center of British author Bonner’s masterfully orchestrated debut, have been ...
Wong outlines her life as an advocate and educator in this stunning collection of essays, interviews, and artwork. Born to ...
Strout follows up Oh William! with a captivating entry in the Lucy Barton series. This time, Lucy decamps to rural Maine during ...
PW spoke with JaNay Brown-Wood about how her early school experiences turned her into a writer, and when she discovered her ...
Kathy Lester will step into her role as the 2022–2023 president of the American Association of School Librarians at the ...
Summertime is a feast for the senses: there's the feel of a warm breeze, the taste of campfire s'mores, the squeals of kids ...
The American Library Association held its first in-person annual conference since 2019 in Washington, D.C., beginning on June ...
Indies across the country responded to Friday's overturning of Roe v. Wade by setting up special book displays and raising funds for pro-choice organizations. One store raised $40,000 by Sunday ...
Shakur combines reflections on coming of age as a Black queer artist with journalistic dives into family stories and Jamaican ...