Jennifer Vega

Lee Sandlin Applies a Lovely Restraint in ‘The Distancers’

Lost in Space with Sorcerors and Robots: ‘Duplex’

Team Brandon Or Team Willoughby? Yes, It’s Exactly That Intense in ‘Among the Janeites’

The Pleasures and Perils of Following the Slippery, Winding Path of Pasta ‘On the Noodle Road’

Miracles in Plain Sight: Grace McCleen’s ‘The Land of Decoration’

‘The Mapmaker’s War’ Makes the Connection Between Fantasy Literature and the Desire for Discovery

City of Extremes: Jerry White’s ‘A Great and Monstrous Thing’

Post-Racial Nation? Not Just Yet : ‘Racecraft: The Soul of Inequality in American Life’

You Wouldn’t Want to Live There, but it’s Fun to Visit: J. Robert Lennon’s ‘Castle’

Finding The Border Where Memory Begins: Morgan McCarthy’s ‘The Other Half of Me’

Pottermore for Austenites: David M. Shapard’s ‘The Annotated Emma’

Part Travel Fiction, Part Horror Story: Paul Theroux’s ‘The Lower River’