With her second novel, Inland, Téa Obreht unravels the mythologies of the West.
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.
Dreams, danger, and tragedy await a family of immigrants to Alaska in The Unpassing, the highly anticipated debut novel of Chia-Chia Lin.
From steam donkeys to whistle punks, Karl Marlantes’s Deep River is a sweeping tale of Finnish immigrants who felled the forests of the Pacific Northwest at the start of the 20th century.
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