John Green’s New Novel Is a Sophisticated Story of Teen Love and Mental Illness
How Did Bernie Sanders’ Latest Political Manifesto Become a YA Best-seller?
Sure, Jennifer Egan’s New Novel Gets a Little Hokey. But You Won’t Be Able to Put It Down.
Someone Should Really Turn Ron Chernow’s New Ulysses S. Grant Bio Into Grant: An American Musical
Ta-Nehisi Coates’ New Book Forces Us to Consider Him as a Writer, Not a Symbol
This Memoir by a Former Obama Joke-Writer Is at Once Incredibly Charming and Very Sad
Rushdie’s New Novel Is a Satire of U.S. Politics That Feels More Like a Satire of Rushdie’s Prose
Why Conversations with Friends Feels Like a New Spin on the Novel of Female Friendship
Jesmyn Ward’s New Novel Feels Like a Modern Beloved
Why Isn’t Hillary Clinton Even Angrier?
The Pleasure of a Merciless Critical Hatchet Job
John Ashbery Trusted Us to Follow His Poems. It’s Worth It.
Jenny Zhang’s Stunning Sour Heart Sets the “Model Minority” Myth on Fire
What Is Jeremiah Moss Really Pining for When He Decries the Loss of Old New York?
Tom Perrotta’s New Book Feels Less Like a Novel Than a Think Piece About the “Way We Live Now”
A Female Programmer Who Worked in Tech in the ’70s on Encountering Views Like James Damore’s
Matthew Klam Totally Reinvigorates the Literary Cliché of the Male Midlife Crisis
How Did Seedy, Trashy True Crime Get So Literary?
This Korean Cartoon Memoir Is Half Walden, Half The Shining
Sally Rooney Somehow Manages to Make Human Narcissism Into a Charming Literary Subject