“Nature” is more important by far than “nurture,” the author asserts, when it comes to acts like rape, serial murder and terrorism.
From a terrific schedule to a chance to pitch your work to agents, our upcoming conference is a great event for readers and writers.
by Mandy Huckins
An ambitious 19th-century astronomer tries to summon life from the stars in the author’s third novel.
This final work of a trilogy may be “the single best volume” about the war in Europe from D-Day to the capitulation of German forces.
by Mary White
The romantic clash between a successful rock musician and his geeky girlfriend anchors this joyful romp of a tale set in Chicago’s 1970s music scene.
An advantaged middle-class kid from Indiana shares misadventures with slackers and sociopaths on the road to finding purpose and a sense of self-worth.
The elements of fire, water, air and earth guide the author’s latest exploration of our association with food and how it sustains us.