The Danger of Limiting Literature: On Books in Prison

New York state has announced the launch of a pilot program that will severely restrict access to books in prisons.

Bannon and the Shakespearean Revenge Playbook

To understand Steve Bannon, you have to understand how deeply he — an avowed Shakespearean — misunderstood all the important lessons the Bard has to offer.

Something Like Love but (K)not: Gunnhild Øyehaug’s Radical Fictions

Kasia van Schaik reviews Gunnhild Øyehaug's erotic, mysterious, awkward, precise collection "Knots."

Trickle-Down Loneliness: A Natural by Ross Raisin

Dan Friedman reviews "A Natural," the latest novel from from Ross Raisin.

Crossing the YA Bridge: Book Recommendations for All

Michelle Falkoff recommends some of her favorite YA titles, for your last-minute holiday shopping needs.

Those Old Songs of Place: A Conversation with Kim Scott

Robert Wood interviews Kim Scott, Indigenous Australian writer an author of "Taboo."