The author of “Orhan’s Inheritance” on wrestling with the memory of the Armenian genocide.
Reviews & Essays
The creatures who’ve fostered civilization, from the court of Julius Caesar to your own backyard. Review by Melissa Holbrook Pierson.
The series of London crime novels famously adapted for Michael Caine, and a rediscovered gem from its creator.
In her eleventh novel, the Nobel Prize winner continues to create beauty from the anger and defining wounds of her characters.
Are we living through a “crisis of attention”? The answer may lie in how we still learn from one another.
In an age of new connectivity online and beyond, a reporter finds empathy for those who’ve faced mortifying infamy.
Hope for redemption and the devotion of dutiful families, in short stories from in and around New Mexico.
Grabbing a mystery of zoology by its horn.
A tenor digs into the history of the momentous song cycle that he’s performed over one hundred times.
Why a double agent of the Vietnam War is one of the most surprisingly likable characters in recent fiction.
Fifty years of biting wit and fearless honesty from a rogue journalist.
Two unconventional approaches to publishing personal diaries, from candid women willing to print their deepest inner workings.
An iconoclast film director takes on his strangest adventure yet: charting his family’s heritage, with a dose of magic along the way.
A novel of life in a Pakistan gripped by violence, from the daughter of one of its political dynasties.