Byliner, the Atavist and Virginia Quarterly Review take the form into the future.
The author takes readers along for the ride on the iconic motorcycle daredevil's stunning feats, spectacular failures and the wildly colorful life in between.
Goldman traces the life and loss of his wife in a poignant memoir full of tenderness, anger and, most of all, love.
'Dreams of Joy' by Lisa See continues the story from her previous novel, 'Shanghai Girls': A Chinese American girl seeks her father and spends three years in the People's Republic during the Great Leap Forward starting in the 1950s.
A literary critic combines deft descriptions of the novelist's work and a memoir of growing up, with insights gained from her writings.