As her memoir My Beloved World makes clear, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has spent a lifetime challenging offensive remarks about minorities and the poor.
Junot Díaz’s fiction alternately unsettles, amuses, challenges, delights, and wounds. His new collection of stories is especially wounding, playing nine variations on the theme of faithless Dominican-American men and the women they betray.
A review of Jonathan Franzen's novel The Corrections.
A short story by the author of 'Who Do You Love,' 'Brain Fever,' and other novels.
Roberto Bolaño’s defiant fiction.
Valerie Sayers reviews Gilead by Marilynne Robinson
In his new memoir, writer David Plante offers a strange, mysterious, and deeply hopeful sense of spiritual possibility. Valerie Sayers reviews.