novels

A grandmother's resurrection as a ghostly parakeet sets a woman on a journey to rebuild her family and herself.
In Helen Phillips' latest genre-bending novel, a mother faces down a terror that embodies the joy and fear inherent in having children.
Ottessa Moshfegh's new book, "My Year of Rest and Relaxation," holds up a fun house mirror to the self-care fetish of the privileged.
Sayaka Murata’s novel "Convenience Store Woman" observes the inevitable failures of a society to embrace all within it.
"It's about race and class, the economy, culture, immigration and the danger of the us-versus-them mentality."
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Living TV free can also make television -- when we do watch it -- a real treat for our family. The Olympics, for example
Unlike most writers I do not have a set genre I prefer to write. I have the memoirs coming, a romance fiction novel, then
Terence Clarke is writing a new novel--The Splendid City--that has Pablo Neruda as its central character. On this new reading
Song Eight: Arcade Fire's "Here Comes The Night." I found the video on Youtube this year. Casino scene carnival. Changing