Paul O'Rourke is a loner unable to properly connect with anyone, mostly as a result of his atheism. But a bizarre series of events opens Paul's eyes to others who think like he does.
A widower indie bookseller is at the heart of Gabrielle Zevin's uplifting paean to the power of reading.
Gordon Bowker delivers a comprehensive and readable biography of James Joyce.
Deborah Levy's slim collection of tightly-packed stories grip the reader with their beauty and the power of the author's language.
Scarlett Thomas has written what is easily the most practical and accessible guide to writing a novel I have come across so far.
Michael Cunningham delivers a new novel so bland that The Snow Queen not only fails individually but tarnishes the author's past successes.
Nearly twice as long as the Southern Reach trilogy's first volume, Authority expands VanderMeer's universe at a fevered pace.
Authorisms is a book about words and the myriad ways in which writers manipulate them.
The author of Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, Jitterbug Perfume and other wonderfully weird tales finally raises the curtain on a life of creativity, adventure and "crazy wisdom."
An impeccable work of literary horror, something suspiciously familiar but entirely new.