Alexandra Fuller’s new novel, Quiet Until the Thaw, follows the lives of two Oglala Sioux cousins who grow up to take very different paths.
Karin Tanabe talks with host A Martinez about her new novel, The Diplomat’s Daughter, which follows characters growing up and falling in love against the backdrop of World War II.
Stott’s memoir, In the Days of Rain, is about her childhood in and out of the Exclusive Brethren, a conservative, separatist cult. (Image credit: Nicholas Bradley/Spiegel & Grau)
Christopher Brown’s new book plays out in a world where all our fears have become manifest — the nightly news, turned up to 11. And while there’s a hint of hope at the end, this is not a happy book. (Image credit: Liam James Doyle/NPR)
In honor of our big summer reader poll of favorite comics and graphic novels, we’ve asked a few very cool cartoonists to tell us — or really, draw for us — what comics mean to them. (Image credit: Tillie Walden)