“The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe,” finds a female hero in a world that is dark, muddy, and desperate.
In their cookbook debut, “The New Pie,” expert bakers Chris Taylor and Paul Arguin challenge traditional interpretations of pies.
Popova’s message is one of pure fascination and appreciation for the ephemeral and ecological natures of our lives.
In Renee Nault’s graphic rendition of “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood, graceful watercolor forms glide across soft panels.
“Gingerbread” does an excellent job of worldbuilding and providing sharp social commentary.
The experience of reading "Guestbook: Ghost Stories" is much akin to panning for gold: searching, desperately, for a small glimmer amid the dirt and silt.
Although her poetic techniques are lacking, Lovelace has the chops to be a writer of fortune-cookie fortunes.
Much of the evening’s conversation centered on Kristen Roupenian’s attempts to navigate her story’s unexpected fame.
Erica Cerulo and Claire Mazur’s “Work Wife” offers better wellness and relationship advice than most “Cosmopolitan” articles and Barnes & Noble self-help books.
Yangsze Choo’s “The Night Tiger” is a stunning combination of romance, mystery and tragedy.