This week we celebrate Black History Month with an exciting addendum to Toni Morrison’s oeuvre—a posthumous standalone story with an introduction...
Traveling, through Time and Space
Trips to the Philippines, Italy and Cuba; sci-fi from a Nigerian American fan favorite; and a memoir by a bestselling Booker Prize-winning writer
Jumpstart your January reading with books that just won’t let up, whether due to eccentric lead characters, a plot that drives you forward into...
Welcome to 2022. Was your New Year’s resolution to read more this year? Perhaps you received a Center for Fiction Gift Card you want to redeem?
Holiday Book Guide: 21 Fiction Highlights from '21
Thank you, our dear readers, for helping support us through the challenging times of this past year. We appreciate you and send deep gratitude...
Holiday Book Guide: Gift Books
This week’s selection is geared toward holiday gift-giving for the person who likes to look as well as read. Below are ten books full of history...
200 Books That Shaped 200 Years of Literature
When The Center for Fiction opened its doors in 1821 as the Mercantile Library of New York, Percy Bysshe Shelley mourned his friend John Keats...
Holiday Book Guide: Cookbooks
The pandemic made cooks of us all, and there’s no time better than the holidays, when you have some time to spare, to test out new recipes
Holiday Book Guide: Young People's Literature
This week we highlight favorites from a year particularly rich in books for young people! These are our recommendations for holiday gift-giving...
Live and Learn
This week marks the publication of a landmark book of Black history, one that is sure to change the conversation about slavery and should be essential...