By Keith Rice 7 min read
Nigerian literature is equal parts profound, tragic, and hopeful. Each of these novels offer a glimpse of Nigeria’s rich literary history.
By Meghan McCullough 4 min read
Teju Cole, NYT Magazine photography critic and author of Known and Strange Things, joins Signature to discuss his collection of photography, Blind Spot.
By Tobias Carroll 7 min read
Worlds collide when novelists take on the topic of fine art – and these ten writers have done a fabulous job of just that.
By Signature 13 min read
These are the best books hitting shelves in June 2017, from Eddie Izzard's memoir to a new novel by Arundhati Roy.
By Keith Rice 8 min read
From Teju Cole to Boko Haram, these are the best books to understand the western African country of Nigeria, often referred to as the Giant of Africa.
By Signature 6 min read
Among the many authors in this month's required reading include Teju Cole, Jeffrey Toobin, Lydia Pyne, Lily Brooks-Dalton, and Lawrence Wright.