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Short stories by Zadie Smith, essays by Leslie Jamison, a dystopian novella by Karen Russell, and more.
Kevin Kwan in conversation with Amy Tan; Rumaan Alam in conversation with Emma Straub; panels on cozy romances, "unlikable" teen girl protagonists, and Southern storytelling; and so much more.
"Rereading this story by the emergency lighting of 2020, I can see that so many of the fears that inspired [Sleep Donation] have become facts."
Panels on thrillers by Black women, literature in translation, political activism in YA, and much more.
Panels on Latinx young adult lit, Haitian storytelling, feminist folklore, and more.
Ayad Akhtar: "Because I'm Muslim, I Must Be Writing About Muslims. I'm Trying To Write About This Country."
Talking to the Pulitzer Prize-winning author about his novel Homeland Elegies, Trump, and what it means to be an American right now.
From a space opera to a transformative justice guidebook to the best new novels in translation, these are some of our favorite booksellers' favorite reads.
Michael Ian Black on toxic masculinity, Stacey Abrams on women's electoral power, two nights of poetry on protest and revolution, and more.
Roxane Gay on Audre Lorde, David Chang on his memoir, a Labor Day discussion of the history of Black labor in the US, and much more.
Short stories from Danielle Evans and Walter Mosley, new novels from Elena Ferrante and Sigrid Nunez, essays from Eula Biss, and more.
Margaret Atwood's sequel to The Handmaid's Tale, Kevin Wilson's fiery family drama, Tochi Onyebuchi's Nigerian dystopia, and more.
Margaret Atwood with Ann Patchett, Alyssa Cole with Beverly Jenkins, Jason Reynolds with one of the Exonerated Five, and more can't-miss convos.
The author of A House Is a Body talks about motherhood, textual ambiguity, and how the external world influences her interior explorations.
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Readings from the year's best short stories, a panel on feminist YA fiction, tons of events and deals for Indie Bookstore Day, and much more.
Chanel Miller in conversation with Rebecca Solnit, Nnedi Okorafor on her debut middle grade novel, a two-day event filled with star-studded panels, and more.
Brit Bennett in conversation with Wayétu Moore, jokes from Mike Birbiglia, a Saturday jam-packed with romance, and much more.
André Aciman's follow-up to Call Me By Your Name, Rivers Solomon's deep-sea novella, an anthology of essays to mothers, and more.