Crimson staff writer
Well-known for her critically acclaimed novel “The House of the Spirits,” Isabel Allende is back with another novel spanning an impressively large geography.
Chiang’s nine short works explore the fundamental and most salient questions about the human condition and what it means to exist.
Yu’s text is an overwhelming work of brilliance cuts to the core of not just what it means to be Asian in America, but what is means to be Not White in America.
In Renee Nault’s graphic rendition of “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood, graceful watercolor forms glide across soft panels.