New books from Joyce Carol Oates, Peter Straub, Victor LaValle and others show us where the genre is going and where it’s been.

New books from Joyce Carol Oates, Peter Straub, Victor LaValle and others show us where the genre is going and where it’s been.

Kara Walker reviews Toni Morrison’s ‘God Help the Child’ - NYTimes.com

Toni Morrison’s ‘God Help the Child’

Kara Walker reviews Toni Morrison’s ‘God Help the Child’ - NYTimes.com

Adam Johnson’s ‘Fortune Smiles’ - The New York Times

Adam Johnson’s ‘Fortune Smiles’

Adam Johnson’s ‘Fortune Smiles’ - The New York Times

Book Review - The New York Times

Book Review - The New York Times

In this debut novel, a crime sets a woman’s life on an entirely new course.

‘Eileen,’ by Ottessa Moshfegh

In this debut novel, a crime sets a woman’s life on an entirely new course.

One history of ancient Rome and another of the first five Roman emperors.

Mary Beard’s ‘SPQR’ and Tom Holland’s ‘Dynasty’

One history of ancient Rome and another of the first five Roman emperors.

A little thing for the NYT Book Review of Joyce Carol Oates’s “The Man Without a Shadow”

A little thing for the NYT Book Review of Joyce Carol Oates’s “The Man Without a Shadow”

Summer Thrills - The New York Times

Summer Thrills - The New York Times

Whitmarsh argues that atheism isn’t a product of the modern age but reaches back to early Western intellectual tradition in the ancient Greek world.

‘Battling the Gods: Atheism in the Ancient World,’ by Tim Whitmarsh

Whitmarsh argues that atheism isn’t a product of the modern age but reaches back to early Western intellectual tradition in the ancient Greek world.

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