Sunday is the season finale, but these movies, books, and video games will help tide you over until season two.
It's hot out there. Kick back and relax with these cool beach reads.
We caught up with author Garth Greenwell to talk about his debut novel, and the scary but necessary process of writing about queer sex in America today.
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.
The giant of American letters' newest offering is a cold, stark book about money, art, and living forever.
What the fuck is happening in this book?
Read this short story about a bomb maker from Karan Mahajan's darkly incisive novel The Association of Small Bombs, out March 22.
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.
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.
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.
We talked with the Canadian novelist about his award-winning Fifteen Dogs and how to write poems like a dog.
We met up with the Nobel Prize-winning Turkish author to discuss his 12th novel, A Strangeness in My Mind, censorship in his home country, and writing a novel meant to represent the lower class without any melodrama.
I'd promised my editor a funny piece about the people who write and read romantic fiction, but what I found wasn't a joke.
VICE caught up with the iconic author to discuss his 12th novel, Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights. As he chatted about everything from fatwa to Twitter feuds, Rushdie proved he is as controversial, and incredible, as ever.
The writer has followed up his wildly successful Western novel, The Sisters Brothers, with a new book that's basically a mashup of a Wes Anderson movie and Grimm's Fairy Tales.
We met the novelist to talk about Philip K. Dick, roommate dynamics, and gender in paranoid, postmodern-y works.
For Such a Time features a "blonde-haired, blue-eyed Jewess" pairing off with an SS Guard.
How did a Norwegian writer who writes extremely long, introspective books about his own life become the toast of the literary world?
The film starring Jason Segel and Jesse Eisenberg takes a stab at dramatizing the famously perceptive—and persnickety—literary heavyweight.
A hot weekend in Atlanta with Victorian killers, zombie celebrities, and the genre's leading authors and most decked-out fans.
Despite its aesthetic flaws, the recently published "sequel" to To Kill a Mockingbird feels right at home in our turbulent racial times.