More Sea Lions: Marcy Dermansky Keeps Breaking the Rules
Profile by Michele Filgate ×
Michele Filgate talks with the author of "The Red Car" about road trips and writing a story that sent her main character "somewhere I wanted to go."...
By ARAVIND ADIGA
Reviewed by Katherine A. Powers ×
The author of "The White Tiger" returns with a novel that looks at contemporary India through the lens of an obsession with sport. Review by Katherine A. Powers....
By ANDRÉ ACIMAN
Reviewed by Mark Athitakis ×
Andre Aciman's new novel might just be the ultimate refutation of the Bad Sex in Fiction Award. Review by Mark Athitakis.
Tuning In, En Masse
By Steve King ×
Fifty years ago this week, San Francisco's Golden Gate Park became home to a countercultural gathering called "The Human Be-In."
No Knives in the Kitchens of This City
By KHALED KHALIFA; Translated by LERI PRICE
Reviewed by David L. Ulin ×
A novel of life in the Syrian city of Aleppo counters the images of war with a multifaceted, fragile portrait of the city's human past. Review by David L. Ulin.
Essay by Michelle Dean ×
Michelle Dean on what Susan Faludi's study of masculinity and resentment can tell us about our current moment....
A New Year of Books: What We Can’t Wait to Read in 2017
Posted by The Barnes and Noble Review ×
The pages we are eager to turn.
The Promise of Possibility
By Steve King ×
On January 2, 1892, Annie Moore became the first person to be processed through Ellis Island. By Steve King.
BEST OF 2016
A Year in Reading: Ten from 2016
By The Barnes and Noble Review ×
Our editors select ten books that stood out in a tumultuous year.
Memoirs of a Polar Bear
By YOKO TAWADA
Reviewed by Paul La Farge ×
In Yoko Tawada's fabulist novel, three generations of bears ask us to think about empathy and how we know what we believe we do. Review by Paul La Farge.