• New Spells for the Future: A Conversation with Ben Okri

    "It is a story and a poem and a dream and a nightmare, a fear and a hope, an alchemy and a spell and a liberation," says Ben Okri of his latest novel.

    Fantasy Girls

    Rachel Feder discusses Mary Shelley, Margaret Cavendish, and the fraught title of "mother of science fiction."

    A Conversation between Lucinda Rosenfeld and Rachel Cline

    Lucinda Rosenfeld interviews Rachel Cline about her latest novel, "The Question Authority."

    N. Scott Momaday’s House Made of Dawn and Settler Colonial Language

    Robert Wood examines the deep multilingualism of N. Scott Momaday’s "House Made of Dawn."

    A Vision of 2023: Talking with Mark Alpert

    Temma Ehrenfeld interviews Mark Alpert on his thriller "The Coming Storm."

    Marie Kondo’s Contributions to the Reception History of Jane Austen

    Janine Barchas finds new ways of analyzing the reception of Jane Austen texts through discarded mass-produced editions.

    Working with Rejection: John McNally’s The Promise of Failure

    Sarah Boon discusses rejection, the writing process, and John McNally's "The Promise of Failure."