Mary Ann Evans did not become George Eliot overnight.
I wouldn’t have wanted to read this book if I’d known what it was about, but I’m glad I did.
In The Trayvon Generation, Elizabeth Alexander brings Black creativity to the forefront of necessary responses to injustice.
This stunning short story collection rewards with satisfying insights.
A dedicated community is reviving interest in Ruth Moore’s depictions of coastal Maine.
Maria Tatar offers a fresh vision of “heroinism” from a feminine and feminist perspective.