The giant of American letters' newest offering is a cold, stark book about money, art, and living forever.
Jonathan Lethem spoke with the brilliant short story writer David Means about his outlandish first novel, alternate reality, war, and trauma.
Megg, Mogg, and Owl discuss good gifts for babies. Highly recommended for those who are expecting.
What the fuck is happening in this book?
A Burglar's Guide to the City, written by Geoff Manaugh, takes a look at our everyday urban environments through the eyes of the criminals aiming to hack them.
In six years, 350 libraries have closed in the UK, with another 111 due to be axed within the next 12 months. We asked who still uses libraries, and what for?
We went to Dhaka, where secular bloggers, writers, and publishers are being targeted with brutal methods aimed at suppressing free speech.
In the latest issue of VICE magazine, we review The People v. OJ Simpson, The Association of Small Bombs, New View, and more.
Despite publishing her seventh book, Oyeyemi insists she's "still very much learning on the job."
I was expecting my friend Lina to return with money for the coke Matt and I had just fronted her. I spent the next five years of my life dealing with the repercussions of that day.
We spoke to Jonathan Lee about his new book and the connections between fucking and fanaticism.
Writer Rebecca Traister's soon-to-be-seminal book explores the role of unmarried women in America, analyzing how when the number of single women in America rises, direct social change occurs.
An excerpt from Haddad's debut novel Guapa, about a young gay Arab man's first sexual encounter with a stranger.
We spoke to the novelist about The Ballad of Black Tom, which repurposes Lovecraft's most racist story in a brilliant and timely way.
Blackass, the debut novel from A. Igoni Barrett, is a hilarious tale of race, sexuality, and Kafkaesque metamorphosis.
The writer made a rare public appearance in Paris to talk about his new book Zero K, which asks whether science could ever revive the dead.
In her new book, The Lonely City: Adventures in the Art of Being Alone, Olivia Laing explores the way various artists across several decades have interpreted New York's ability to alienate and exclude its inhabitants.
The writing is pretty shit—but the book is totally legal.
Charlotte Shane turned her memoir-like newsletter about life and sex work into an unflinching collection titled Prostitute Laundry. We talked to the author about how sex work and writing share some of the same qualities.
We spoke to the author about personal branding, comparisons to Tao Lin, and his virtuoso debut novel about San Francisco millennials, Private Citizens.
Lena Andersson is one of Sweden's most talked-about authors and a leading authority on love. She shared some insider tips about the big, scary sensation and chatted about her book Willful Disregard.
We spoke to the celebrated Mexican author about his new novel, which features famous painters, brutal conquistadors, and balls of unlikely provenance.
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.