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A new biography takes a meticulous, at times exhausting, look at the revered writer’s life and work.
In its third season, the series achieves an imaginative moral and narrative depth that counteracts its often-dark scenarios.
The 1974 science-fiction novel by D.G. Compton predicted a future where even the most private moments are broadcast as entertainment.
The author agreed to publish three novels in one year—and then things got weird.
From Leonora Carrington to Haruki Murakami, disparate writers tap into something universal when they channel the bizarre.