The liminal space between art, artist and audience takes an unexpected, beautiful and haunting form in Scott O’Connor’s masterful Zero Zone, which brings to light the intangible thoughts and feelings… Click for more.
Phil Klay, who gave us the National Book Award-winning collection of short stories Redeployment, follows up with his first novel, Missionaries, about America’s unofficial war on Colombian guerillas, militias and… Click for more.
In this penetrating new essay collection, 21 writers of color explore the joys and heartbreak of living in the contemporary American South, a vast and diverse region heavy with history,… Click for more.
Bianca, the protagonist of Jennifer Givhan’s second novel, Jubilee, believes that her lifelike, yet quite inanimate, doll named Jubilee is her baby. Her living baby. Read More
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In Loretta Little Looks Back: Three Voices Go Tell It, renowned author Andrea Davis Pinkney and her husband, illustrator Brian Pinkney, turn their attention to another vital story in Black… Click for more.