In The Largesse of the Sea Maiden, Denis Johnson Washes Up On Familiar Shores

Evan McGarvey reviews the posthumous collection "The Largesse of the Sea Maiden" by Denis Johnson.

Only Connect: On The End of My Career by Martha Grover

Art Edwards reviews "The End of My Career" by Martha Grover.

On Fear and Immortality: Dara Horn and Thomas Pierce in Conversation

Authors Dara Horn and Thomas pierce discuss the role of immortality in their new novels "Eternal Life" and "Afterlives."

Cover Me: On A Kind of Mirraculas Paradise

Lauren Kinney reviews "A Kind of Mirraculas Paradise: A True Story About Schizophrenia" by Sandra Allen.

Transformation and Non-Adventure in Ashley Shelby’s South Pole Station

Ben Valentine reviews Ashley Shelby's "South Pole Station."

Can Knowledge Change the World?: An Interview With Kate Grenville

Australian writer Kate Grenville’s novels include Lilian’s Story, The Idea of Perfection, and The Secret River. She has worked in …

“In A Little Bit of Time It Won’t Hurt So Bad”: Dodie Clark, Secrets for the Mad, and Hope for Young Women

Kelly Peyton interviews musician, artist, and YouTuber Dodie Clark, author of "Secrets of the Mad."