Despite a deck stacked against women and people of color, the voters rewarded both.
Patricia Highsmith’s tense, domestic love story between two women in the 1950s comes to theaters in October
The President in David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest was a maligned doofus, who ran third party and won.
Don’t worry too much about David Foster Wallace.
Le Guins’s imagination extends not only to the concepts and scenarios of SFF, but also to the conception of identity.
A “Year of Women” may be necessary to reverse the trend of bias in literary culture.
Whatever you want to read, Le Guin argues, buy it from your local bookstore
“Reading you is another way of meeting you, isn’t that right?”
This new novel is like Fight Club for women, set in the 18th century—and it’s the perfect springtime read.
Crichton’s economy of action and chaos theory speeches make the book a worthy read, but really, it’s all about the Velociraptors.