FICTION: Max Porter's second novel takes a dark, mythical excursion into an English village centering on a lad named Lanny.
Review: 'Ten Innings at Wrigley: The Wildest Ballgame Ever, With Baseball on the Brink,' by Kevin Cook
NONFICTION: After nine innings, the score was tied at 22-22.
FICTION: "Biloxi" ponders the question whether it's possible to change in late middle age.
NONFICTION: A noted writer explores the transformative experience of taking a walk.
Tales about New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are absurdist and hopeful.
Struggling for a subject, an agnostic Minneapolis painter found his purpose in the King James Bible.
“The Great Alone,” by Kristin Hannah Sometimes a day belongs to a book. You don’t know it when you wake up, but you…
The Lost Gutenberg By Margaret Leslie Davis. (TarcherPerigree, 294 pages, $27.) Despite its misleading title, “The Lost Gutenberg” is a fascinating read for anyone…
NONFICTION: The woman who was used as the poster child for welfare fraud in the 1970s had a grim and complicated life story.
NONFICTION: A scholar debunks claims the Midwest is insulated and isolated in its people and policies.
Well, in the end, it was all pretty great, wasn’t it? Starting with the weather, which had been iffy right up to the opening of…
PHYLLIS ROOT AND BETSY BOWEN: "The Lost Forest." 5 p.m. today. Magers & Quinn, 3038 Hennepin Av. S., Mpls. MAX PORTER: "Lanny." 7…
Director's career has been all but derailed by resurfaced allegations that he molested his daughter nearly three decades ago — allegations he denies.
Yanked over protests, human trafficking story is being published after all.
NONFICTION: Julián Herbert explores roots and repercussions of the deaths of more than 300 Chinese immigrants in 1911.
NONFICTION: The author of "Confederates in the Attic" travels through the South, following a path set by a journalist 160 years before.
Reviews: 'Lost Without the River,' by Barbara Hoffbeck Scoblic and 'Queer Voices,' edited by Andrea Jenkins, John Medeiros and Lisa Marie Brimmer
Lost Without the RiverBy Barbara Hoffbeck Scoblic. (She Writes Press, 271 pages, $16.95.)I may never be able to sort out whether I enjoyed this memoir…
Thousands flock to downtown Minneapolis for event featuring all things literary.