Dos Passos’s epic trilogy still indelibly captures the United States in a moment of centrifugal chaos
Adrián Félix recounts the faces and voices of a journey back home to Zacatecas, via the world’s worst airport.
Marcos Gonsalez’s debut novel provides an occasion for reflection and healing in traumatic times, now and past.
Le Carré elevated quit lit into something sublime and deserving of literary awards, unlike my overwrought internet Weltschmertz.
When does the act of acknowledging your own complicity in an unjust system start to look like an empty gesture? Aaron Colton considers the work of Jia Tolentino.
Why are certain stories and storytellers amplified while others are ignored or silenced?
Gaston Bachelard’s 1958 classic The Poetics of Space offers a fresh way of thinking about our increasingly cloistered existences.
The white publishing industry locks arms to form a united front against writers and critics of color — proving the critics’ point, again and again.