Memory’s power is one of the central themes in Ta-Nehisi Coates’s fictional debut.
A mostly forgotten medieval women’s movement is revealed in Laura Swan’s book on the beguines and the communities they formed across Europe.
After discovering an attempt to “cancel” Vonnegut, Rachel MacFarland decided to reread his classic work and defend his honor.
Review: Culture Warlords is a sometimes funny, but also grim and worthy analysis of the origins and ongoing evolution of right-wing extremism in the U.S.
Art and life intertwine in Earthsong, the final book in Suzette Haden Elgin’s feminist Native Tongue trilogy.
Automation thinkers foresee a brave new world without any work. But robots will not perform our politics for us.
Kent Nerburn’s book, rereleased on its 25th anniversary, is full of beauty and humor.
In an America that often feels stranger than fiction, is Borat still funny?
A woman’s language spreads subversively throughout the known galaxy, unbeknownst to any men, in the second book of Suzette Haden Elgin’s Native Tongue Trilogy.
In Kawai Strong Washburn’s powerful debut novel, complex characters mix with magical realism and dangerous saviors lurk in the water.