Notes toward a theory of Nell Zink.
Can Jonathan Safran Foer write fiction about anything but himself?
In 'The Last Days of New Paris' avant-garde artists fight the Nazis.
His new novel 'Heroes of the Frontier' turns a troubled mother into a questing hero.
The story of a family curse, 'Homegoing' wrestles with African American identity.
How factory revolts inspired a new form of the novel.
New books by Max Porter and Adam Ehrlich Sachs take on the all-male family unit.
Her new story collection 'What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours' is fascinatingly twisted and imperfect.
Written for his high school literary magazine, this haunting story is now published for the first time.
Her new novel “The Mare” finds hidden truths in ordinary moments
Understanding Clarice Lispector’s strange and surreal fiction
The complex style of Ben Lerner
He did not transcend his Jewishness, no matter what Updike claimed