Tricia listens to discover characters and voices that transport her, not to a fantasy world, but to the heart of what it is to be human in this world. Fiction, memoirs, and quirky science can all fit the bill, but what enthralls her most are characters who are perfectly alive even if they happen to be make-believe.
The author of 'Fates and Furies' moves in a completely new direction with 'Matrix,' a bold and unexpected historical drama set in an English monastery with France's first female poet, Marie de France, at its center.
In 'Smoke Signal,' best-selling historical fiction writers Marie Benedict and Kate Quinn imagine the story of how Agatha Christie crossed paths with one of Britain's top secret code breakers in the throes of World War II.
Lauded for its lyricism and heart-wrenching beauty, Robert Jones, Jr.’s new novel is an electric debut centered on two enslaved men in love during the antebellum South.
Whether you’re loading the entire family into the car for a long summer drive or heading out solo on a shorter journey, these audiobooks and podcasts will keep you company mile after mile.
Kimiko Guthrie's debut novel uses her own family's experience in Japanese American internment camps during WWII to address a generation of suppressed memories through one woman's quest to uncover the truth.
The 'Euphoria' author is back six years later with a modern-day coming-of-age tale that challenges the creative quest narratives for women.
Internationally best-selling author Salman Rushdie shares the inspiration for his modern adaptation of ‘Don Quixote’ and how good the right narrator can make a writer feel.
This year the bestselling author of 'The Ruin' added 'The Scholar' and 'The Sisters' for fans ready to immerse themselves in the world of her standout Irish crime fiction series.
The publishers’ lists are out! Read on to see who you’re not to miss this year.