Rebecca Makkai's second novel jumps backward through history
Jane Austen's infamous characters enter the 21st century
Ian Doescher's latest iambic offering serves up <em>Star Wars </em>in verse
In the vein of our books story in this issue about a William Shakespeare-esque retelling of <em>Return of the Jedi</em>, I wrote my Editor’s Letter in the form of a sonnet.
Galbraith writes mysteries while being the subject of one
These unusual books transcend two dimensions.
Three years after the previous installment in Diana Gabaldon's genre-bending Outlander series, a new novel sets fans hearts aflame.
Mark Twain shouldn’t be the only Show-Me author on your shelf.
Two gritty, new summer releases
The historical scholar shares what he's reading.
Get up and go: Gans Creek Wild Area
Broadway Diner extends hours to include dinner
“Sex Tape:” A disappointing comedy of errors
“The Purge: Anarchy” could have used a touch more anarchy
“Planes: Fire And Rescue:” Soaring High And Dipping Low