Sophia Shalmiyev takes the reader through her experiences growing up with an alcoholic mother and her search for replacement mother figures.
Death is Hard Work offers the reader an intimate and devastating look into a Syria fractured by war, hunger, and distrust.
Laila Lalami channels the realities of our layered, and undoubtedly flawed, society with compassion, empathy, and an unflinching eye.
Fleischmann’s essay, Time is the Thing a Body Moves Through, is a balancing act of various genres.
Nocilla Trilogy by Augustin Fernández Mallo is a beguiling, humorous, and challenging collection.
Territory of Light by Yuko Tsushima chronicles the year-long journey of a mother and her daughter navigating a newly disorienting world.
Gottschalk invites you into her world with a warning: you may find what you see and hear disturbing, and you may find it unbearably alluring.
At the Brooklyn Museum's Do Ho Suh’s "The Perfect Home II" with the literary salon, "Go Home!" the concept of a living space expanded.
An essay collection that speaks to personal experience while demonstrating broader truths about race in America.
Thom Gunn's work evokes an oozing liminality that is addressed in an interest in the body and masculinity—ranging from cowboys to Elvis.
A new edition of selected poems by Makoto Ooka, translated by Janine Beichman, is a treasure chest for lovers of Japanese poetry.
While disquieting scenes and creatures fill the pages, the most frightening parts are these casual references to real-world issues facing women.