Column by Gabino Iglesias January 18, 2019
2018 was an awesome year for books, but it looks like 2019 wants to blow its predecessor out of the water.
Column by Emmanuel Nataf
From the Middlesteins to the Lannisters — here are 12 novels about complicated, colorful, dysfunctional families that will make you laugh, cry, cringe, and reflect.
News by Raine Winters September 8, 2015
Apparently authors are extremely dangerous.
News by Raine Winters
The previously stolen book is worth $23,000.
Column by Susan DeFreitas December 4, 2014
Hemingway, famously, kept it short and sweet. But if you've got the gift of gab, like Nabokov and Marquez, you can stretch out with sentences that gallop, guffaw, and bulge with overstuffed wit.
Column by Naturi Thomas-Millard November 14, 2014
Which (female) writer ran a brothel? Which playwright tried to stage a military coup and took losing VERY badly? And, decades before Facebook, why did everybody unfriend Truman Capote?
Column by Brian McGackin
Sifting through history, one classic at a time.
News by Sean May April 18, 2014
Marquez, Nobel laureate and author of 'One Hundred Years of Solitude' and 'Love in The Time of Cholera,' has died at the age of 87.
News by Christopher Shultz
The celebrated author reveals a lesser-known aspect of his writing career.