Beginning with AbortionFran Bigman
Fran Bigman discusses Brit Bennett’s “The Mothers” and the stories we tell about abortion.
An adventure novelist talks about fishing, kayaking, friendship, and God.
Caryl Emerson ponders "Fourteen Little Red Huts" and the moral visions of Andrei Platonov, Vladimir Sharov, and George Bernard Shaw.
In Ingeborg Bachmann’s only completed novel “Malina,” translated by Philip Boehm, the first-person narrator is unnamed, or her name is simply "I".
Brian Finney reviews “Quichotte,” the latest novel from Salman Rushdie.
Eric Newman reviews “Find Me,” André Aciman’s underwhelming sequel to “Call Me by Your Name.”
Rachel Barenbaum talks to writer Téa Obreht about her new novel, "Inland."
What does the central role of literary disinheritance in Beckett's work teach us about those who voted for Brexit?