A review of 'Brothers of the Gun'
When mother/daughter competition hits publishing
A pesky vermin in the body of a tiny cartoon cockroach gets both Neyestani and the illustrated version of himself into heaps of trouble.
Caitlin Doughty uses her own experience to examine why Americans oppose conversations about death.
The writer M.C. Armstrong was embedded with U.S. soldiers in Iraq when a military contractor divulged a secret about Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction.
Soniah Kamal reviews Ahmed's mystified encounters of classicism, colorism, and sexism in The Kingdom.
A review of J.M. Coetzee's memoir, 'Boyhood:Scenes from Provincial Life'
Ondaatje's 'Running in the Family' reads like a family heirloom of several less-than-consequential stories.