There's a long-established conspiracy theory that underground gay networks are secretly plotting to fuck things up for everyone.
It's the 400th anniversary of the bard's death today, but does anyone outside of Britain give a shit?
Jonathan Lethem spoke with the brilliant short story writer David Means about his outlandish first novel, alternate reality, war, and trauma.
We spoke to Shooting Hipsters author Christiana Spens about rethinking dissent in the age of PR.
We reviewed Don DeLillo's new novel Zero K, HBO's documentary on Robert Mapplethorpe, Parquet Courts's new album Human Performance, and more.
What the fuck is happening in this book?
We went to Dhaka, where secular bloggers, writers, and publishers are being targeted with brutal methods aimed at suppressing free speech.
Read this short story about a bomb maker from Karan Mahajan's darkly incisive novel The Association of Small Bombs, out March 22.
Patience begins with an ordinary couple getting the news that they're pregnant. Then the man comes home and finds the woman dead on the floor.
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.
Despite publishing her seventh book, Oyeyemi insists she's "still very much learning on the job."
A story from the acclaimed writer's collection What Is Not Yours Is Not Yours, out March 8 from Riverhead Books.
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.
"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 beloved novelist passed away in her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama.
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.
"The von Furstenberg and I" is a story about a woman's relationship with a tiny, expensive dress from Mona Awad's debut story collection.
When Stephen Watt was sent to federal prison for writing a nefarious piece of software, he was banned from even touching a computer. What do you do when you're a digital man living in an analog world?
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.