Charles Yu seeks to bridge the gap between script and novel in his new book.
Attica Locke’s new mystery offers a consequential commentary on contemporary politics.
Téa Obreht’s second novel, Inland, an epic tale of love and loss that offers an alternative view of the foundations ...
In Your House Will Pay, Steph Cha reimagines Los Angeles’s racial heritage.
Kimi Eisele's new novel, The Lightest Object in the Universe, finds connection amid an apocalypse. Here's an excerpt.
In her fourth novel, Oakland writer Carolina De Robertis explores the liberation of women’s sexuality.
Fiction fans, take note: our fall picks feature two novels—wayward aunts and a small-press editor bent on mysteries—and two collections on the Chicano and Chinese American experience.
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