Denis Johnson is gone, but he left us one last sublime collection of stories
“The Largesse of the Sea Maiden” contains five stories, three of which have never before appeared in print.
We asked designers: What does ‘Fire and Fury’ look like to you?
Cries of treason. Obsessively eating McDonald’s to avoid poisoning. A commander-in-chief with a questionable grasp of the Constitution. A White House staff openly referring to its occupant as an idiot (and much worse). After weeks of revelations, conversations, apologies, denials and many grains...
'The Widows of Malabar Hill' is a thrilling mystery set in a changing India, a century ago
Unless you’re a member of England’s Lincoln’s Inn or an avid Google Doodles follower, odds are you’ve probably never heard of Cornelia Sorabji or Mithan Tata Lam. Sorabji was the first woman to graduate from the University of Bombay, the first woman to read law at Oxford and India’s first female...
Stefan Merrill Block on his new novel 'Oliver Loving,' which follows the fallout of a tragedy in a small West Texas town
'The Stowaway: A Young Man’s Extraordinary Adventure to Antarctica' doesn't quite deliver on the glitter of its premise