What reading goals have you set for yourself this year?
Each poet captures an essential element of what it means to exist in the liminal space between cultures, to have a view from society's periphery. The pain and beauty comes from a place in the heart of somewhere else--of lands left behind.
For any other artist, a comic book series might be strange, but The Weeknd has established himself as one of the most creative artists in pop music.
'Holding' is the exact opposite of what people would expect from the public persona Graham Norton puts forth, but this novel exhibits his keen ability to dissect the inner workings of human turmoil.
Kathryn Ormsbee's new novel, Tash Hearts Tolstoy is a creative, heartwarming story about 17-year-old Natasha "Tash" Zelenka who skyrockets to online fame.
Jenn Bennett's latest novel Alex, Approximately is everything a summer read should be. There's romance, California sunshine, foggy mornings, surfers, and classic films. What more could you ask for?
Julie Buntin's debut novel, 'Marlena,' examines the nuance and power of young female friendship, the lasting effects of guilt, and the rampant drug abuse present in rural areas of the United States.
This compelling story of a father losing his son, fighting with grief and guilt while also shaping the landscape of the United States is unabashedly ambitious and completely unmissable.
In honor of National Poetry Month, Leah Rodriguez and Paris Close join forces to bring you four phenomenal poets worth reading this April.