Author: Adam Morgan

Adam Morgan is the editor-in-chief of the Chicago Review of Books who writes about place, books, and the arts for The Paris Review, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, Chicago magazine, and elsewhere. He now lives in Charlotte, NC.
Features

Kim Stanley Robinson’s Next Book, New York 2140, Will Feature a Half-Submerged Manhattan

Kim Stanley Robinson is one of the biggest reasons I fell in love with science fiction as a teenager, thanks to the groundbreaking Mars trilogy about mankind’s centuries-long colonization of the red planet. His most recent novel, Aurora, about a generation ship tasked with investigating and colonizing the first exoplanet, made my year-end list of the Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of 2015.

Interviews

The Exodus of Eastern Europe: An Interview with Tara Zahra

More than 55 million Eastern Europeans migrated to America between 1846 and 1940, forever changing the landscapes of both continents. Tara Zahra, a history professor at the University of Chicago, unearths some fascinating revelations about this mass exodus in her new book, The Great Departure: Mass Migration from Eastern Europe and the Making of the Free World, including the fact that 30-40% of the immigrants eventually returned to Europe.