Who Is Maud Dixon? is about ambition, identity, and the malleable nature of personality.
The twisty, fast-paced debut effectively skewers online culture while telling a tense story about a family threatened from within and without.
Debut novelist Rebecca Watson reckons with how form can be used to reflect the realities of contemporary society
little scratch acts as a kind of bridge between Modernism and our current culture of distraction.
“The Man of To-morrow’s Lament” imagines Superman’s angst at not being able to live a normal life after marrying Lois Lane.
The American author’s fiction is too frequently placed in a generic box; her output was much more wide ranging, including pieces like this atypical story.
The Ballad of Black Tom asks who the real monsters are.
Simon & Schuster cancels book by Senator Josh Hawley after “dangerous insurrection” in Washington, D.C.
One of America’s largest publishers has decided to step away from publishing a forthcoming work by the pugilistic Misouri senator.
The novelist, who famously eschewed literary awards and other national recognitions, leaves behind a corpus of work that transcends its genre and tells deeply immersive psychological stories.
Self Care skewers the performative progressiveness that attends capitalist tech companies obsessed with clicks and user engagement.
Herbert’s novel combines elements of a haunted house story, a zombie tale, and a meditation on the nature of evil.