Sanjena Sathian’s new novel is a sharp satire of second-generation Indian American strivers.
Anita Felicelli reviews the new novel from Kazuo Ishiguro, "Klara and the Sun."
Anita Felicelli reviews “I Hold a Wolf by the Ears,” the new short story collection from Laura van den Berg.
Anita Felicelli observes “Antkind,” the debut novel from screenwriter Charlie Kaufman.
Anita Felicelli reviews “That Hair,” the recently released novel from Djaimilia Pereira de Almeida.
Helen Oyeyemi's "Gingerbread" is a Rubik's Cube of a book, with all the frustration and delight that toy entails.
Anita Felicelli on the firebrand Ishmael Reed’s latest novel, “Conjugating Hindi,” which is out now from Dalkey Archive Press.
Despite its brevity, Hanne Ørstavik's "Love," effectively rendered into English by Martin Aitken, demands and deserves total concentration.
Anita Felicelli finds flaw and favor in Louise Erdrich’s dystopian novel “Future Home of the Living God.”
Anita Felicelli on Nancy MacLean's "Democracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America."
Anita Felicelli on Arundhati Roy's long-awaited second novel.
Anita Felicelli on Nicola Barker's "The Cauliflower".