Karolina Pavlova’s A Double Life examines internalized oppression—and insists on the independence of the unconscious mind.
Jérôme Ruillier’s The Strange understands how the immigrant experience for those without papers can be frightening, isolating, and rarely straightforward.
The author R. O. Kwon reflects on the relationship of rhythm to writing and how she stopped obsessing over the first 20 pages of her new novel, The Incendiaries.
In new works, Jon Ronson and Tom Perrotta examine the cultural impact of a digital sexual revolution.
Beauty and the Beast, a new collection of folk stories from around the world, explores the strangeness of interspecies relationships.
Johnny Depp's portrayal of the mob boss Whitey Bulger may not quite rank as a classic of the genre. But it's still awfully good.
The coffee company is out with the fake ingredients, in with the real.