To help us fight racism in ourselves as well as everywhere else we encounter it, we’re highlighting audiobooks about racism, antiracism, white fragility and more. Let’s all commit to fighting racism where we find it, including in ourselves.
Our September Book of the Month is Louise Penny’s highly-anticipated murder mystery, A Great Reckoning. For this, the twelfth novel in her acclaimed Chief Inspector Gamache series, Penny returns to the Québécois village of Three Pines, where the discovery of a peculiar old map the walls of a quaint bistro leads Gamache on a thrilling […]
When deciding to pick a book of short stories for our February Book of the Month, we turned to a modern classic: Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri. Lahiri writes tenderly and fiercely of family, marriage, society, and the immigrant experience.
Jess Walter and I sat down and talked about his podcast with his friend and fellow author Sherman Alexie, Beautiful Ruins, and how he’d feel if someone made him into a character in their novel.
If you could live your life over again, would you? Kate Atkinson explores life, death, and chance in her acclaimed novel Life After Life. Her brilliantly told story captures the power in the choices we make and the moments that can change our lives forever. Beautifully written and gripping, this novel is a must read for anyone who isn’t afraid to ask big questions.