Charles Yu's 'How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe' offers a vision of time travel that's engaging and unexpectedly spiritual.
In this debut novel, small-town lives become a Cornell shadow box of secrets and healing.
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The volume of previously uncollected writings is a prism offering many looks into the life and mind of the public intellectual.
The author explores the 'underbelly of archaeology' and asks the right questions.
It may be late August, but do you still wish there was time to visit Italy this summer? Of course you do, and don't worry: Forget plane and ship fare. Forget even buying a copy of a Fodor's guide. Turn instead to "Siren Land: A Celebration of Life in Southern Italy" (Tauris Parke: 198 pp.,...
Boy meets girl in a sharp-edged novel set during the Vietnam War but stripped of the conventional war-story veneer.