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Books That Follow a Character Over Years — or Decades!

Have you ever loved a character so much that you just want to watch their entire lives unfold? Luckily for us, these books, including When Women Were Dragons by Kelly Barnhill, deliver on that!

How Does The Use Of Silence Play Out In Literary Fiction?

In sighs, gazes, and gaps, silence in literary fiction demonstrates that language is sometimes not enough to convey the human condition.

10 Books About Books for Serious Bibliophiles

From reads about lexicographers and bookshop employees to librarians, these books about books, including The Sentence, are for serious bibliophiles only.

How Do The Trauma And Revolutions Of The Non-Occident Get Featured In Fiction?

The literature of the non-Western world has initiated the much-needed conversation around who’s right in wars.

How Contemporary U.S. Literary Fiction Is Beginning To Decolonize

Once a space dominated by white authors, contemporary literary fiction in the U.S. is beginning to encompass a diversity of narratives.

#TheNewLatinoBoom: The Rise of Literature Published in Spanish in the U.S.

On the rise of the New Latino Boom, a growing trend of literature published in Spanish in the U.S. in the 21st century.

Quiz: Which Literary Fiction Book Should You Read Based On The Book You Want To Write?

Come dream up some details about that book you have always wanted to write, and take home a literary fiction book recommendation.

5 Contemporary Literary Fiction Books That Are Game-Changers

If you want to do some serious reading to reflect on humanity and its many aspects, these 5 contemporary literary fiction books are for you, including A Burning By Megha Majumdar.

Cover Reveal: Here’s the Exciting Cover of THE CABINET by Un-su Kim

Check out the gorgeous cover reveal (cat included!) of Korean author Un-su Kim's The Cabinet, hitting shelves this October!

Autofiction is Cheating, and You Cannot Change My Mind

What am I supposed to do with autofiction? Where is it shelved, literally and mentally? Is it memoir or fiction? Pick a lane.