Thom Jones, who made Washington state his home, wrote some of the best American short stories ever. A new collection celebrates his legacy.
Gary Shteyngart's new book is his best yet, combining the passive-aggressive takeover of New York by the Bros of Wall Street with a road novel.
Welcome to Middle America. Stephen Markley's debut novel is about what happened after 9/11, the initial euphoria and the long depression that grips us still.
"Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company That Addicted America" grew out of reporting Beth Macy did at the Roanoke Times.
Matthew Polly's biography of the martial-arts expert, whose movies "Fist of Fury," "Way of the Dragon" and "Enter the Dragon" were international hits, is thorough,...
No, not Lance Armstrong. Greg LeMond, the first American to win the Tour de France, is the subject of this timely book.
In his debut novel, Tommy Orange represents a new generation of Native American writers.
Rachel Kushner's "The Mars Room," set in a women's prison, is not an easy read, but it's never dull and it does build to a...