The big literary awards this year have been positively dominated by female writers.
My ability to embrace America on my own terms is a privilege that makes America great.
The most amusing pleasure of a campus novel is a particular sort of reveal: the topic of a character’s book or dissertation.
Nicotine, the author’s third novel, is a humorous meditation on how people balance their public and private selves.
You suffer when you quit a story midway through—and so does literature.