Louise Erdrich

Glass Houses by Louise Penny "A meticulously built mystery that follows a careful ascent toward a breaking point that will
“Love is not a being word, it is an action word."
In her review of "Evergreen" for BookPage, Trisha Ping writes: "With its quiet beauty, deep compassion and strong emotional pull, Evergreen cements Rasmussen's reputation as one of our most talented new writers."
Aren't there authors who stay outside the mainstream and are better for it? To satisfy myself, I concocted a version of objective analysis sufficiently rigorous to help a fiction writer relax. Scientists, shut your eyes.
A member of the 2011 Fiction panel, Victor LaValle, denied accusations that he and other judges chose intentionally obscure
A great book happens when I pick up a book and can't put it down again; when I cannot suppress the sighs upon finishing it; when I cannot wait to tell everyone I know: read this book! But how to pick a favorite?
David Shields, author of three novels and seven works of nonfiction, attempts to demolish the foundations of literature in
"The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep and Never Had To," DC Pierson The Los Angeles Times "Monsieur Pain," Roberto Bolano, trans. Chris