Best known for his short stories, Leonard Michaels also wrote essays, published together in this posthumous collection.
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Zadie Smith tackles topics from Kafka to Katherine Hepburn, from the Oscars to Obama, in “Changing My Mind,” her first collection of nonfiction.
Lydia Millet’s first short story collection brings together animals and celebrities in an exploration of what it means to be human.
“Scary, No Scary,” a delightfully bizarre poetry collection by Zachary Schomburg, draws readers into a post-apocalyptic dreamscape.
All questions, no answers: Every sentence in “The Interrogative Mood” ends with a question mark, yet the effect is mysteriously satisfying.
Written as a series of e-mails, “e2” draws readers into the world of an ad agency—and the workings of the Worldwide Web.
Colson Whitehead’s semi-autobiographical novel features a boy named Benji and his family’s summer in the Hamptons.
In “Model Home,” Eric Puchner’s debut novel, a suburban family faces the inevitable reality of the American dream.
From sitcoms to reality shows, from novels to memoirs: Reality takes center stage in “Reality Hunger,” David Shields’s self-proclaimed manifesto.
In “And Now There’s This,” Bill Wasik examines herd mentality and the dissemination of information in the digital age.