'Good Morning America' picks Minneapolis writer's debut novel for June book club
Emma Törzs heads to New York this weekend to launch the discussion of "Ink, Blood, Sister, Scribe."
Review: 'George: A Magpie Memoir,' by Frieda Hughes
NONFICTION: A poet rescues a young magpie chick, which proceeds to take over her life.
Review: 'Sand and Fire' could make you want to explore an extraordinary world a car ride away
NONFICTION: A detailed, loving look at nature, just across the Minnesota border.
Review: A writer muses about fatherhood and life on Martha's Vineyard
NONFICTION: Bill Eville shares moving vignettes of striving to be a good husband, stay-at-home-dad and writer.
Review: 'House of Sand and Fog' author returns with story of 'Kindness'
FICTION: Andre Dubus III's hero loses everything, then learns about atonement and compassion.
Review: At the end of a relationship, a German woman struggles to make sense of it
FICTION: "Kairos" finds main character Katharina sifting through memorabilia, hunting for answers.
Yuen: This Minneapolis author wants us to celebrate and accept disability for what it is
Claire Forrest's new young adult novel is getting rave reviews for its authentic portrayal of disability.
Review: 'Vera Wong' is an irresistible comic creation in San Francisco-set mystery
'Owlish' is a contemporary fable that feels like a vivid dream
FICTION: Dorothy Tse's novel is a beautifully strange critique of contemporary Hong Kong.
Working through trauma, Edina playwright searches for renewal and a sense of home
Rosanna Staffa publishes her first novel at age 72.
Review: A woman with a special gift runs afoul of the government in 'Only the Beautiful'
Books in brief
Review: Uncovering the demons that drove legendary correspondent Ernie Pyle in 'The Soldier's Truth'
NONFICTION: A biography of perhaps the most famous war correspondent of all time.
Review: Things fall apart between a married couple and a best friend
FICTION: In Ore Agbaje-Williams' bitterly funny novel, a friend disrupts a volatile marriage.
Review: Unraveling what led to a six-decade-old crime in 'Genealogy of a Murder'
NONFICTION: Tracing the events that culminated in a 60-year-old murder.
Burnsville native who dreams in Bulgarian wins share of International Booker Prize
The award for "Time Shelter" comes with a check for 50,000 pounds.
Review: A supernatural book traps sisters in its deadly spell
FICTION: Local writer Emma Törzs' "Ink Blood Sister Scribe" is "enthralling."
Review: Behind enemy lines with the 'Donut Dollies' of WWII in 'Good Night, Irene'
FICTION: Luis Alberto Urrea's captivating novel dives into adventures of female volunteers in World War II.
Looking for a sad book? Read 'em and weep
Seven books — fiction, nonfiction and a graphic novel — that cue the waterworks.