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.
Disco's Out... Murder's In! explores the story of La Mirada Punks, a group of loosely-organized criminals who became known for slam pit stabbings, murders at punk shows, and tarnishing the music scene.
The art of Lee Brown Coye features the type of work that made fans of horror and science fiction fanzines drool—grisly worlds filled with ghouls, monsters, and morbid anatomy.
A gritty story about motherhood, escape, and silence excerpted from Samantha Hunt's much-anticipated new novel.
On Saturday, George R. R. Martin made an important announcement: He's nowhere near finishing the penultimate book of A Song of Ice and Fire—The Winds of Winter.
Today, drug cartels and Latin American gangs are run by a type of criminal described by journalist Ioan Grillo as "part CEO, part terrorist, and part rock star." We spoke to the reporter about his new book documenting the rise of these super criminals.
Here are 11 great books that showed how the decades-old "literary or genre" question is now history.
We spoke to the author about her new take on Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale and how it echoes her own life.
John "White Devil" Willis rose to the highest echelons of Boston's Chinese mafia. In 2011, he was arrested for a multi-million oxycodone ring. We talked to the author of an upcoming book on Willis about the criminal's life and crimes.
We caught up with the Monty Python member to talk about "content creators," his early days, and his 1985 masterpiece Brazil.
The guy who terrorized the magical Harry Potter universe was a generally shitty dude who was into wizard eugenics and continually tried to kill a young boy, but at least he never tried to ban an entire religion from entering a country.
David Mattingly perfected the art of turning kids into animals in the most subtly insane ways possible.
Leila Abdelrazaq adapted her father's stories of his youth into a powerful and compelling book about coming of age in a region defined by conflict.
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.
We met with acclaimed author David Shields to talk about his new book concerning the disturbingly beautiful war photos on the front page of the New York Times.
We caught up with the author to talk about her new novel and her belief that readers like her in the same way they like cronuts.
We spoke to the author of Fox Tooth Heart about his long break from publication and why shame is the most powerful and revealing emotion.
Dan Davies interviewed the notorious child molester over six years in order to write his now award-winning biography, In Plain Sight.
One of the most famous views in literary history is under threat after the local council granted permission for a new block of apartments.
In a new book by Scott M. Deitche called Cocktail Noir, the true crime writer explores the bonds between cocktails and organized crime.
After helping drive brick-and-mortar bookshops out of business, the tech giant launched its first physical store in Seattle.