Blood & Ink: The Scandalous Jazz Age Double Murder that Hooked America on True Crime
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By Scholastique Mukasonga; translated by Mark Polizzotti

A spare, multilayered fable about colonial Rwanda.

Podcast
Authors on Audio: Steve Berry

An occasional series in which writers speak for themselves.

Book Review

The Enigma Affair

By Charlie Lovett

The Enigma Affair

Over-the-top characters make for a rowdy, farfetched read.

Podcast

Authors on Audio: Mary Laura Philpott

An occasional series in which writers speak for themselves.

Book Review

Dünkirchen 1940: The German View of Dunkirk

This in-depth chronicle leans heavily on detail while providing novel insights.

Author Q&A

An Interview with Martha Anne Toll

The debut novelist talks ballet, the Holocaust, and leaving JFK on the cutting-room floor.

Book Review

Under My Bed and Other Essays

The body keeps the score in these reflections on fear and female autonomy.

Feature

Southern at Heart

By Cameron MacKenzie

Southern at Heart

What the DC writing community taught me about myself.

Book Review

On Freedom

By Maggie Nelson

On Freedom

A refreshing, daring consideration of our most tangled social problems.

Book Review

The Right to Sex

By Amia Srinivasan

The Right to Sex

What does true agency — political and practical — look like for women?