Chicago Crime Novelist Sara Paretsky Is Also an Accomplished Historian

This summer was pretty busy for Sara Paretsky: she published two books. Sure, one of them you heard about. Brush Back, the 17th novel in the groundbreaking and best-selling private eye series featuring V.I. Warshawski, released in paperback June 4. Named by the Washington Post as one of the best books of 2015 (in hardcover) … More Chicago Crime Novelist Sara Paretsky Is Also an Accomplished Historian

Sjón Excavates His Ancestors’ Past in ‘Moonstone’

The 2010s may be remembered as the decade when Scandinavian art and culture first truly captured the imagination of Americans. Steig Larsson’s crime novels kicked everything off just before the turn of the decade, and since then we’ve been obsessed with TV series like The Bridge and The Killing (as well as their inferior American remakes), and … More Sjón Excavates His Ancestors’ Past in ‘Moonstone’

How Brian Evenson Wrote His New Sci-Fi Novella, ‘The Warren’

Brian Evenson is having a good year. His latest collection of short horror fiction from Coffee House Press, A Collapses of Horses, made quite a splash back in February (we picked it as one of our favorite books of 2016’s first half). And now, seven months later, Tor.com Publishing is releasing his dark science fiction novella The … More How Brian Evenson Wrote His New Sci-Fi Novella, ‘The Warren’