By Matt Staggs 11 min read
We spoke with Peter van Agtmael about his latest book of photographs, Buzzing at the Sill, a series of reflections on war, race, and identity in America.
By Tobias Carroll 1 min read
These novels and nonfiction books ask readers to imagine a world in which most of what we take for granted -- our communal bond -- falls apart.
By Jennie Yabroff 5 min read
Two new books, one fiction and one non, seem aptly timed to our current desire for a Lincolnian figure to save us from our current crisis.
By Keith Rice 2 min read
In the kickoff to our new series, we've curated essential reading - fiction and nonfiction, by Syrians and non-Syrians, to understand this war-torn country.
By Joe Muscolino 6 min read
Tim Brady, author of His Father's Son, talks about Ted Roosevelt Jr.'s charm, his valor on the battlefield, and his row with the Hyde Park Roosevelts.