It is a book that dares you to grapple with it, then mocks you for the attempt.
Welcome to the Anthropocene, to the daily awakening to and reckoning with our drastic human impact on the planet.
Martin’s greatest strength is in her depiction of characters, painting them vividly across the page in acute details.
Hong provides new and necessary language for discussing the complexities of race.
“Me finding a new love interest had always been like a greedy child opening a toy on Christmas Day. I ripped the packaging open, got...
The accomplishment of 'No Roses from My Mouth' by Ugandan renowned feminist and queer rights advocate Stella Nyanzi, it not so much that the poetry...
Monson’s writing, while reaching for what’s beneath, remains close and accessible on the page.
Danez Smith's newest poetry collection sparkles with warmth and acceptance.
Shuggie Bain is a master class in depicting the blinding dedications of love and the endless bounds to which people will go to feel in...
Now 84, Vivian Gornick has written an essay collection she could not have completed when she was younger.
Heathcliff Redux successfully uses an essayistic form to paint a portrait of a pragmatic character in need of rebellion.
Rejoice in silliness, I say, though my opinion might change in a few years.