DanielAsa Rose is the author, most recently, of Larry'sKidney: Being the True Story of How I Found Myself in China With My Black-SheepCousin and His Mail-Order Bride, Skirting the Law to Get Him a Transplant ...and Save His Life, named one of the topbooks of the year by Publishers Weekly.
The British essayist on his U.S. Navy immersion.
The author of To the End of the Land returns to the grief of losing a child, in a poignant and richly lyrical dirge.
A true story of abduction and terror inspired the novelist to strike out in a bold new direction.
The celebrated novelist turns his darkly comic gaze on his own childhood.
The iconic Israeli writer talks about his memoir of the War of Independence and his late-in-life literary celebrity.
A Cockney thug wins the lottery.
Working the front desk at The New Yorker.
The short story author speaks on curiosity, self-promotion, and life in a very small country.
An award-winning reporter's "uncompromising and important" new look at daily life in a Mumbai slum.
The globe-trotting essayist contemplates his greatest influence.
A "tiny lexicon" captures the paradoxes of the world's most populous country.
The creator of the groundbreaking graphic memoir offers a version of a director's commentary track