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My girlfriend has a third eye. It’s in the middle of her forehead. It was hidden underneath her bangs.
Yu Hua's Boy in the Twilight.
Junot Díaz and Toni Morrison in Conversation.
Daniel Evans Pritchard
A nominee for the National Book Award.
Members of Boston Review's extended family meditate on the legacy of Alice Munro
Italo Calvino's Letters 1941–1985.
Leland de la Durantaye
Muriel Rukeyser's recently uncovered novel tells the story of a young woman coming of age—politically, sexually, intellectually—in a country at war.
The novel House of Earth shows Woody Guthrie in a different light, exiled from the Dust Bowl but dreaming of it still.
At The Daily Beast, Noah Charney interviews BR Fiction Editor Junot Díaz. Charney asks, “What
In Peter Stamm's novels, life is more livable when you stop expecting miracles, and desire succumbs to reality.
American Fiction's Racial Landscape.
Congratulations to NoViolet Bulawayo, whose debut novel, We Need New Names, has been included on
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