Check out a dozen superb German novels about dispossession, dislocation, loss, and love, including several exciting new releases.
These must-read books from around the world tell true stories in the voices of queer writers, from Kenya, India, Jamaica, Cuba, and more.
We all love to judge horror characters making bad decisions. But could we do any better? And why does it matter?
Get ready to dig into these 14 fantastic books in translation from Mauritania, Senegal, Cote D'Ivoire, Togo, Mali, and more.
Whether you’re a fellow tree hugger or just starting your tree-loving journey, there’s so much to learn and love in these books about trees, including Forest Bathing: How Trees Can Help You Find Health and Happiness by Dr. Qing Li.
From Sappho to Audre Lorde to Rivers Solomon, we track the 100 most influential queer books—fiction, nonfiction, and poetry—of all time, including The City and the Pillar by Gore Vidal.
From lost reindeer in The Last Quarter of the Moon to blood donation in Chronicle of a Blood Merchant, the stories in these books in translation are impossible to put down.
From The Tone Liar to The Excessive Tease, I break down how the description on the back cover can ruin a reader's whole experience.
Swedish books aren’t just crime novels. Check out these Swedish grim dystopias, exciting thrillers, and emotional contemporary novels, including The Family Clause by Jonas Hassen Khemiri, translated by Alice Menzies.
By setting up a list of rules that kept me grounded, I pressed the "restart" button on my hyperactive, anxious brain.