Written with his partner Susan Lehman, the book tells the tawdry tale of a political fixer playing whack-a-mole with the skeletons in an oversexed U.S. Senator’s closet.
"We're just doing the best that we can until things get back to normal," says librarian Caitlin Browne, "which I'm imagining will be a long time from now."
A guide to binging more purposefully and artfully.
In her debut novel, Jennifer Rosner delves into the life or death stakes that threaten to tear mother and daughter apart and the risks taken for survival.
Papercuts got a major upgrade this month.
This latest short story collection explores ideas such as the intersection of tradition and progress, the fallibility of memory and the essence of what it means to be human.
Clare Beams' new book "The Illness Lesson" echoes the Alcotts' story, with a dark turn.
Social media star Kristina Kuzmic has a new book about the imperfections of life.
Author Andrew Krivak tells the story of the last two people on Earth after the collapse of human civilization.
From a mystery novel set in Nigeria to a sci-fi graphic novel following the life of a warrior princess, this list of books by Black authors has something for everyone,...
Playwright and author P. Carl explores identity and transitioning in his new memoir.
Author Jeanine Cummins' novel has faced growing criticism over the portrayal of the migrant experience.
The author's latest book explores racial injustice in a dystopian narrative.
From historical to Afrofuturistic novels, and from mysterious thrillers to haunting poetry, there are plenty of books to keep you on the edge of your seat while you huddle over...
At "Braveheart: Storytelling from a Soulful Place" on Thursday, Nokugcina Elsie Mhlophe, Porsha Olayiwola, Valerie Stephens and Amanda Shea will share their journeys of being a woman.
The tumult of 2019 has made the year feel as long as the decade it’s concluding, and the books published this year certainly reflect that.
The poetry world in and around Boston is one of the richest in the country — so many good writers, so much variety and depth. Here are a few of...
From first-editions to the Alcotts correspondences and diaries, visitors have the opportunity to explore the life of a trailblazer and those who supported her.
Boston-based author Calvin Hennick joined WBUR's Morning Edition to talk about "Once More To The Rodeo,"which tells the story of a road trip with his young son to his childhood...
"I wanted to decode the bewildering experience of walking around the world as a black person and as a trans person." His sophomore poetry collection "Dispatch" is out Dec. 10....