A new graphic novel expands on the Pulitzer-winning series about the challenges a family of Syrian refugees faced in America.
The fourth novel in Robinson’s series about the residents of Gilead, Iowa, features a fraught love during the Jim Crow era.
From making soup to creating a butterfly garden, everyone can do something.
Publishing is becoming a winner-take-all game. Nobody dominates it like Madeline McIntosh and Penguin Random House.
These four thrillers may be gussied up with future settings, but the problems they confront are rooted in today’s world.
He chronicled Stalin’s tyrannies and the collapse of the Soviet Union, and he was an enthusiastic admirer of Mikhail Gorbachev.
He wrote the 1986 novel that inspired the Oscar-winning film starring Tom Hanks. Another book was a finalist for a Pulitzer.
Readers respond to recent issues of the Sunday Book Review.
Akhtar discusses “Homeland Elegies” and Marc Lacey talks about “Cry Havoc,” by Michael Signer, and “The Violence Inside Us,” by Chris Murphy.
Fiction contenders include Brit Bennett, the author of “The Vanishing Half”; Randall Kenan, a beloved writer who died in August; and Douglas Stuart, a debut novelist who is also a Booker Prize finalist.
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