Fiction

Fiction

Is there anything like the joy of diving into a novel? If there is, we sure haven’t found it yet. Grab your favorite reading chair and get cozy. We’ve got all of the fiction content you’ll need to be your most bookish self.

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Sassy Gilmore Girls and Parenthood star Lauren Graham's debut novel Someday, Someday, Maybe—recently published by Ballantine—concerns a 26-year-old aspiring actress in mid-nineties New York. While Graham can relate to the plot,...

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Twenty-seven-year-old Manhattan native Jessica Soffer recently stopped by the bookstore she frequented as a child, McNally Jackson, to read from her newly published first...

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“I remember sitting there thinking, ‘Why am I listening to this crazy person?’” André Aciman humorously interrupts his own reading of his latest novel,...

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As I walk into the endless warehouse of a room that is The Strand’s fifth floor, Junot Diaz and Hilton Als arrive onstage. Diaz...

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Author Therese Anne Fowler discusses her new novel Z, an exploration into the exciting and often misunderstood life of America’s first flapper, Zelda Fitzgerald. Zola:...

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For Time's tenth annual "100 Most Influential People" issue, memoirist Mary Karr describes short story writer and fellow Syracuse faculty member George Saunders as "a...

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Emmy Award-winning screenwriter, author, and New Jersey native Alan Brennert discusses his latest novel, Palisades Park, about a family of dreamers whose lives are...

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Every ten years—going back to 1983—U.K. literary magazine Granta names the 20 most promising British novelists under age 40. Having featured the likes of Ian McEwan...

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Adam Johnson's The Orphan Master's Son—the story of orphan Pak Jun Do's journey up the ranks of North Korea's dictatorship and his love for actress...

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The crowd in the basement of Manhattan’s indie bookstore McNally Jackson spills up onto the stairs. It’s standing room only, even though I arrived...

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