In “Lost Children Archive,” an unhappily married couple set out on a road trip, with their two young children, to visit the ancestral homeland of the Apaches in Arizona.
Author Archives: PARUL SEHGAL
“Nobody’s Looking at You” collects pieces about the fashion designer Eileen Fisher, the concert pianist Yuja Wang, the writer Joseph Mitchell and other subjects.
This collection of work by Collins, who died relatively unknown but has been championed in recent years, is a grab bag of letters, diary entries, short stories, plays and screenplays.
Yiyun Li began writing her latest novel, “Where Reasons End,” in the months after her teenage son committed suicide in 2017.
“Mary Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom” is a brief allegorical tale of a train journey into hell.
Kristen Roupenian’s “You Know You Want This” includes the short story that went viral after it was published in The New Yorker in late 2017.
Samanta Schweblin’s collection “Mouthful of Birds” offers parodies of work and family life, with characters who constantly talk themselves out of perceived reality.
Jean Toomer’s “Cane,” written in bursts of poetry and prose, follows six Southern women, whose lives are brief, vivid and doomed.
At nearly 1,700 pages, Uwe Johnson’s novel “Anniversaries” takes the form of a yearlong diary covering 1968, written by a German woman who has moved to New York City with her young daughter.