It’s Pride Month! We’ve been doing some reading, and, in these last few celebratory days, we’d like to share something wonderful from our archive. First published in 1963 — before Stonewall, in the early days of a renewed struggle for gay rights it helped galvanize — John Rechy’s City of Night is a landmark of American...keep reading
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We’re delighted to share some of the most edge-of-your-seat thrillers we published this spring, as well as some of the summer mysteries we’re most excited for! Reptile Memoirs by Silje Ulstein, translated by Alison McCullough “The serpentine plot of this astonishing debut gradually tightens its grip and leaves you gasping.”—New York Times A brilliantly twisty...keep reading
Of our dear friend and longtime author P. J. O’Rourke, Grove Atlantic CEO and Publisher Morgan Entrekin says, “P. J. was one of the major voices of his generation. He was also a close friend and partner for more than 40 years. P. J.’s loyalty and commitment to first Atlantic Monthly Press and then Grove...keep reading