HomeBooks

'All This Could Be Yours' is classic Jami Attenberg, but it's also a love letter to her new home city of New Orleans.

Book lovers will consider it no small feat to fly from more than 125 programs with over 230 authors attending on Nov. 2.

Published in October of 1932, 'Save Me the Waltz' is a semi-autobiographical account of Zelda Fitzgerald’s marriage to novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald.

31 new releases, mysteries, historical fiction, short story collections and reimaginings to take you into spring.

Shaun Hamill delivers on a feel-good monster story in A Cosmology of Monsters, the perfect read for October.

No matter what kind of literature you're into, nothing beats reading a good adventure story.

Florida native Karen Russell makes the fantastical normal in her latest short story collection.

Check out these books (and a TV show) to learn more about the life of the Alabama-born writer, painter and dancer.

A review of Chanelle Benz's 'The Gone Dead,' an openhearted story about race and reckoning.

Andrea's Bobotis's debut novel 'The Last List of Miss Judith Kratt' is a family history in the form of an inventory of objects and the stories that accompany them.

Web Analytics