What unites the China Dolls author’s favorite books? “Resiliency of the human spirit.”
Growing up with chemists and rocket scientists led one writer to her debut novel.
June 30: On this day in 1936 Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind was published.
Revered, iconoclastic poet Anne Carson turns in a pamphlet-sized labyrinth on a curious subject (Marcel Proust’s long-time love “Albertine”), sprawling in a mere fifty-two pages of rewarding lists and appendixes.
Fans of Vladimir Nabokov and Philip Roth, take note: this tale of a disgraced neo-con journalist trying to clear his name – everywhere from Iraq to the Ivy League – smolders with delicious fury. Debuting author David Burr Gerrard here proves a newcomer to...