Fourteen years in the writing, and 1664 pages in length, theMystery.doc is one of the most unusual novels ever published, combining photographs, pop-up ads, web chats, lines of code with Hollywood film stills and passages from literary classics, and the story of a man who wakes up one morning without any memory of who he...keep reading
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This weekend, Akwaeke Emezi sat down with NPR's Scott Simon to discuss her debut novel, Freshwater, which Simon describes as "the lyrical, nonlinear story of a woman named Ada, born in Nigeria with, as she puts it, 'one foot on the other side.'" Over the course of this short, illuminating conversation, Emezi, in addition to reading...keep reading
Reintroducing Lindsay Gordon, Val McDermid’s “cynical socialist lesbian feminist journalist” heroine
The Lindsay Gordon novels are the series that set internationally bestselling writer Val McDermid on the path to becoming the world-class crime writer she is today, collected into three volumes and now available as Grove Press paperbacks for the first time. In Report for Murder, we meet self-proclaimed “cynical socialist lesbian feminist journalist” Lindsay Gordon—McDermid’s...keep reading