In his debut novel, Tom Lin underscores the invisibility of the Chinese to white Americans in late 19th-century United States.
Where indelible images restlessly bond with the ambiguity of words.
In a new, in-depth biography, Paul Gorman offers a vivid portrait of the postmodernist impresario who conjured up punk’s angry pose, the Sex Pistols, and much more.
Wright’s darkly comic novel burrows into our hollow cravings, and finds more hollowness.
David Sedaris’s Calypso is an intimate portrait of a writer who has, for so long, shared his entire life with a captivated audience.