Well-known writers recall the big names they encountered on the way up – both those that helped them and those that hindered.
New Yorker writer Malcolm Gladwell delves into everything from Enron to 9/11 to pit bulls.
A tale of love, illusions, and life's possibilities.
The energetic memoir of Harold Evans, a newspaperman who refuses to sing the blues.
Barbara Kingsolver magnificently re-creates 1930s Mexico City in her first novel in nine years.
American women have traveled a long road since the 1960s.
Marking the 50th anniversary of ‘The Tin Drum,’ a new English translation gives Günter Grass’s classic a fresh musicality.
Selections from 85 immigrants tell what it means to become an American.