Director Jeff Feurzeig's film tells us the story of Laura Albert, the woman who fooled the nation with her fictional alter-ego.
We spoke with one of America's greatest fiction writers to talk about her new book of very short stories, Ninety-Nine Stories of God.
Real talk between writers Jenny Zhang, Tanwi Nandini Islam, and Karan Mahajan on race, writing, parents, sex, and the ongoing creation of the Asian American canon.
Emma Cline's debut novel The Girls explores the phenomenon of young women opting out of society and into cult-like groups such as the Manson Family.
Read an excerpt from Cline's mesmerizing debut novel about about teenage girls in a free love commune cult in 1969.
In this short piece of fiction from one of America's most prolific writers, we head out on a drive with a family who finds three kittens on the side of the road.
Three cheers for Geoff Dyer, Alice Newell-Hanson, Mallika Rao, and all the other employees of the month behind our Holy Cow Issue.
What the fuck is happening in this book?
In this excerpt from Mischa Berlinski's brilliant new novel, a young Haitian lawyer enlists a Vodou priest to unite him with the love of his life.
A story from the acclaimed writer's collection What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours, out March 8 from Riverhead Books.
Blackass, the debut novel from A. Igoni Barrett, is a hilarious tale of race, sexuality, and Kafkaesque metamorphosis.
"Summer 1984" is a story about a gun and one young woman's sticky summer spent spying on coworkers from Jackson's impressive debut, out today.
The great Italian novelist passed away Friday, but his lessons on fascism, whodunits, and deep-dive erudition remain.
The acclaimed author's new novel is about a mathematical genius and the ways his intelligence becomes a liability, scorching him and those he's close to.
We spoke to the author about personal branding, comparisons to Tao Lin, and his virtuoso debut novel about San Francisco millennials, Private Citizens.
We spoke to the celebrated Mexican author about his new novel, which features famous painters, brutal conquistadors, and balls of unlikely provenance.
Evenson's universe of psycho-cerebral horror is so unsettling that it has the ability to make something about the room in which you read him seem off.
A story about the unlikely intertwined story of a Nahua featherworker, a Spanish lawyer, and the infamous conquistador Hernán Cortés.
We spoke with Sunil Yapa about his debut novel set during the infamous 1999 World Trade Organization protests in Seattle.
Brutally honest scenes of matrimony from Jakob Wassermann's novel My Marriage, out today from New York Review Books Classics.
A gritty story about motherhood, escape, and silence excerpted from Samantha Hunt's much-anticipated new novel.
Masande Ntshanga's striking debut novel explores what it was like to be young and HIV-positive in Cape Town in the early aughts.
We talked with the Canadian novelist about his award-winning Fifteen Dogs and how to write poems like a dog.
We caught up with the novelist, poet, and frequent David Lynch collaborator to talk about his new book and what it's been like working with the iconic director.