The Ideas of March
What can we celebrate this mid-March? Settling debts? St. Patrick’s Day? Daylight Savings Time? This group of books includes some eye-opening...
Women and History: Pasts, Presents and Futures
To usher in Women’s History Month, we have a political satire set in a fictional African country quietly controlled by women; a favorite English...
This week we welcome in a stellar debut from a Southern Black writer, a dystopian novel in which Japan no longer exists, artistic awakening from...
The following works explore attachments in many forms—to family, country, lovers and spouses. To their great credit, these six writers, whose...
As we continue into Black History Month, we are treated to Marlon James’s second episode in his Dark Star trilogy, as well as uncollected work...
Love! Music! Heresy!
February is an often-gloomy month. Thankfully we offer you a mélange of love, music and two epics—one historical novel concerning mysticism...
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?