Michelle Zauner will read “Crying in H Mart” June 4 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
The ALA tracked 729 challenges to library, school and university materials and services in 2021.
Peter Handke’s literary fiction translated by Krishna Winston published March 15.
“Defenestrate” follows twins Marta and Nick whose family is doomed to various falls.
IU alumnus Steve Schatz has written novels such as “Adima Rising” and “Seashell Virgin.”
Wang's second novel follows an awkward attending named Joan living and working in New York.
A group of senior citizens sleuth out unsolved murders as a hobby in their retirement village.
COLUMN: Imbolo Mbue shows writing strength by emotionally wrecking readers in ‘How Beautiful We Were’
The novel was first on the New York Times 10 Best Books of 2021 list.
“Harlem Shuffle” takes place from 1959 to 1964 in New York City’s Harlem.
Nabela Noor’s children’s book focuses on body positivity and self-love, including Bangladeshi representation.