Jeffrey Eugenides

Glass Houses by Louise Penny "A meticulously built mystery that follows a careful ascent toward a breaking point that will
As book lovers, we tend to be skeptical about film adaptations, but we are fans of both the thirteen books on this list and their cinematic counterparts. Read the book, then stream the movie. Netflix is a marvelous thing.
A memoir is part of a life, not a whole life. But what if you're halfway there when you realize you're looking at the wrong part? What if the 70s were not your best decade? What then?
In M.O. Walsh's debut novel, My Sunshine Away, a thirty-something narrator tells of the summer of 1989 when he was 14 years old. He was obsessively in love with Lindy Simpson, a 15 year-old girl living across the street.
Why do some folks get in such an uproar when women simply ask for a fair shake, equal footing? Why does anyone think women writers are exempt from institutional sexism?
Boston sends its graduates off steeped in a history of tenacious optimism particularly helpful in countering potentially dispiriting facts.
We conducted an email interview with its co-editor, Lorin Stein, who is also the editor of The Paris Review, about great
With the often-ridiculous U.S. presidential race in full swing, there's at least a 47 percent chance you'd like to forget about politicians for a few hours by immersing yourself in a novel. But be careful which novel you choose, because some of them feature ... politicians!
Both Picoult and Weiner responded to Eugenides' claims on Twitter. Picoult wrote, "He is right about div b/t lit and commercial
For Vogue's September issue, their team trekked to The Mount, Edith Wharton's estate in Lenox, Massachusetts, for a literary