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  • From Prison, Ahmet Altan Confronts Turkey's Dark History

    Sentenced to life imprisonment in Turkey, Ahmet Altan continues work on his ambitious series, the Ottoman Quartet, from Silivri Prison outside Istanbul.

  • Barbara Kingsolver Heads to the Pine Barrens

    Kingsolver’s new novel, 'Unsheltered,' connects two families in New Jersey two centuries apart.

  • Spotlight on Michael D. Cicchini

    In this examination of the case profiled on Netflix's 'Making a Murderer,' Cicchini deconstructs how police steer the accused toward false confessions. (Sponsored)

  • Joseph Olshan's New Novel Rides the Winds of Cultural Change

    In his latest novel, 'Black Diamond Fall,' Joseph Olshan writes a literary mystery with a disappearance and a gay relationship at its heart.

  • Deborah Eisenberg Puts the Politics In Prose

    Eisenberg takes on current events in her latest collection, 'Your Duck Is My Duck'.

  • Spotlight on David Weber

    'Uncompromising Honor,' the latest installment in Weber's Honorverse series, takes readers on a journey toward vengeance and retribution. (Sponsored)

  • George Pelecanos Knows Why Inmates Need Books

    Pelecanos, known for his work on HBO series 'The Wire' and 'The Deuce,' returns to his roots with 'The Man Who Came Uptown,' a novel about a young man’s struggles in and out of the criminal justice system.

  • Who Wrote 'A Raisin in the Sun'? Imani Perry Knows.

    Imani Perry captures the life of the creator of the iconic play, 'A Raisin in the Sun,' in her book, 'Looking for Lorraine: The Radiant and Radical Life of Lorraine Hansberry.'

  • Pat Barker Sees the Women of Troy

    Barker’s novel, 'The Silence of the Girls,' tells the story of the 'Iliad' through the women captured when Troy falls.

  • Andrew Gross Gets Personal In a New Rags to Riches Novel

    Thriller writer Gross gets personal with 'Button Man,' a novel set in the garment trade in 1930s New York that channels his grandfather.

  • Heather Morris Unearths a Love Story from Auschwitz

    Morris’s novel, 'The Tattooist of Auschwitz,' is based on a true story of love and survival in the notorious concentration camp.

  • Kate Atkinson's Woman in London

    In her latest novel, 'Transcription,' Atkinson follows the fortunes of an MI5 recruit during WWII and after.

  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's Holmes Brothers Keep Changing

    Set in 1872, Abdul-Jabbar’s second novel coauthored with Anna Waterhouse, 'Mycroft and Sherlock' (Titan, Oct.), finds the brothers investigating a series of bizarre murders in London.

  • You Say You Want a Revolution? Elaine Mokhtefi Has One For You.

    In Mokhtefi’s memoir 'Algiers, Third World Capital: Freedom Fighters, Revolutionaries, Black Panthers,' she recounts her life in France and Algiers, and her time with Black Panther Eldridge Cleaver.

  • Collateral Damage In Stephen Markley's Debut

    In 'Ohio,' Markley’s first novel, friends in small-town Ohio come together to confront the aftereffects of 9/11.

  • Hanan al-Shaykh’s Girls Just Want to Have Fun

    The acclaimed Lebanese author's latest novel follows two young women—one Christian, one Muslim—misbehaving on the Italian Riviera.

  • Every Day is Magic: Ada Limón

    In her 2015 collection, Bright Dead Things, a National Book Award finalist for poetry, Ada Limón writes of moving to Kentucky: “Confession: I did not want to live here.” It’s perhaps not a surprising sentiment coming from a coastally oriented person who was raised in Northern California, attended college in Seattle, and then spent over a decade in New York City.

  • Writers to Watch Fall 2018: Anticipated Debuts

    This fall’s collection of promising debuts features problem children, supernatural freedom fighters, captive mermaids, mad scientists, righteous vigilantes, and, last but not least, a narrating dog.

  • Ottessa Moshfegh's New Protagonist Snoozes Her Life Away

    The privileged unnamed narrator of Moshfegh’s new novel, 'My Year of Rest and Relaxation,' decides to sleep through life.

  • Spotlight on Mike Jenne

    In his breakneck trilogy of techno-thrillers, Jenne, a retired Special Forces officer, imagines the plausible could-have-been catastrophes of the Cold War. (Sponsored)

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