Come for the multigenerational tale of an American family; stay for the refined, luminous prose.
Whitehead’s masterful storytelling, pacing, and plotting makes this harrowing tale based on true events a must-read.
If you love Greek mythology and hybrid genre literature, you’ll love this terrific novel-poem.
Morrison’s stunning, immersive writing explores female friendship as a complex act of self-creation.
If you’re going through the “big stuff” – love, death, grief – pick up this gentle, fierce collection of poems.
This novel is a gothic romance, a haunting story of British colonialism, and a coming-of-age tale all in one.
Mirza explores spiritual trauma, family estrangement, and immigration with compassion and insight. I wept.
Ferrante’s characters feel like real people: she draws each one with a careful, almost biographical attention.
Groff’s dark, strange, delightful Florida speaks to the swamps, gators, and storms of my childhood.