“How Strange a Season”: Lush, Seductive and Burdened with History

A review of Megan Mayhew Bergman’s new story collection, “How Strange a Season.”

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“I Came All This Way to Meet You” Is a Worthy Journey for Readers Looking For Insight or Escape

A review of Jami Attenberg’s memoir, “I Came All This Way to Meet You: Writing Myself Home.”

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Naima Coster Explores Questions of Race, Identity, and Belonging in Latest Novel, “What’s Mine and Yours”

In her latest novel, “What’s Mine and Yours,” Naima Coster joins writers like Britt Bennett, author of The Vanishing Half, in exploring questions of race, identity, and belonging.

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“The Everlasting” Is a Stunning, Subversive Love Letter to Rome

Katy Simpson Smith’s new historical novel spans two millennias in the immortal city.

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