Kazuo Ishiguro, master of buried secrets, on losing the past
Working the literary landscape of international espionage, the novelist Denis Johnson specializes in madness.
His sentences can be awful, his plots are formulaic—yet his novels mesmerize.
How Stuart Dybek, a master of the short story, captures elusive memories and moments
Berlin has buried every trace of the Third Reich—with one big exception.
Lorrie Moore’s stories tell truths stranger than the strangest science fiction.
A review of the new novel Bleeding Edge