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Cheryl Honigford on her new 1930s Chicago-set mystery.
Edward St. Aubyn is the latest contemporary author to reimagine Shakespeare’s plays for Hogarth.
A title is a tricky thing — trickier still for a collection of already titled things. For a collection ofContinue Reading
After a cannonball splash saw her debut novel History of Wolves shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, Emily Fridlund’s short story collection CatapultContinue Reading
Rich Cohen’s new book explains the Cubs’s return to the World Series.
Her new novel ‘Live From Medicine Park’ features a rock documentary gone wrong.
There’s nothing fresh about ‘Fresh Complaint.’
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Last month, debut novelist Annalee Newitz (who’s also the Tech Culture Editor at Ars Technica) published Autonomous, a fast-moving andContinue Reading
Steve Paul’s “eureka” moment during his research into the young Ernest Hemingway came about a decade ago, as he reviewedContinue Reading