In The River at Night, a man’s nighttime recollections unspool into his life story.
The Oak Park native showcases a promising talent with her debut novel, The Most Fun We Ever Had.
Adam Morgan picks eight titles for your beach tote.
It’s run by two of Chicago’s most esteemed booksellers, and it debuts this weekend.
The first collected edition of Natasha Trethewey’s work serves as a tribute to those who came before her.
Rosellen Brown’s new novel brings the White City back to life.
The author of The Great Believers on the AIDS epidemic and Chicago’s “Lost Generation.”
Poets Nate Marshall and Eve Ewing tease details of the bash, happening Saturday in Austin.
Break out the hammock and relax with a book about the craft beer revolution, Rebecca Makkai’s Boystown novel, Kim Brooks’s non-fiction examination of parenthood and fear in America, and more.
“I cried,” says the Columbia College sophomore. “And then I gave a really bad speech.”