NONFICTION: The stories white people tell themselves, David Mura notes, prevent them from seeing American reality.
Siri, read me a story!
FICTION: A sweeping story of forbidden love and fugitive faith set in the majestic expanse of northern Scandinavia in the 1850s.
Books in brief
Poet Sun Yung Shin is a finalist in two categories.
FICTION: The winner of the 2022 International Booker Prize takes readers on an exhilarating journey back in time.
FICTION: In this debut novel, as a new city rises in northern India, the fortunes of its inhabitants are irrevocably altered.
FICTION: Alba de Céspedes chronicles a 1950s Italian housewife's entry into disturbing self-awareness by way of a whim to begin keeping a diary.
Deborah Appleman's new book is "Literature and the New Culture Wars: Triggers, Cancel Culture and the Teacher's Dilemma."
Books in brief
Finalists to be announced in February.
FICTION: A debut about books, friendship and parenthood set in New York City.
Celeste Ng gets it. The "Little Fires Everywhere" author recently told the Star Tribune that as a child she spent long afternoons in the…
NONFICTION: Making a sweater from scratch — from shearing a sheep to dyeing the wool to knitting it up — is a project filled with lessons.
NONFICTION: Slim but incisive, this collection of graceful essays explores the struggle to be Black and female in a world of toxic patriarchy.
FICTION: A small Southern town in the 1970s — and a couple — are torn by a mysterious triple murder.
NONFICTION: An informative and compelling biography of the architect of the U.S. policy of "containing" the Soviet Union.