Katy Waldman reviews “Find Me,” André Aciman’s sequel to “Call Me by Your Name,” which lacks the charm and artfulness of its predecessor.
Allen Ginsberg’s journal entries in the days immediately following Jack Kerouac’s death, fifty years ago.
Rumaan Alam on “Die, My Love,” the début novel from Argentine author Ariana Harwicz, which is a welcome addition to the genre of motherhood horror.
Katy Waldman writes on Saeed Jones’s new memoir, “How We Fight for Our Lives,” and its focus on Jones’s mother and his self-making.
Katy Waldman reviews “The Divers’ Game,” by Jesse Ball, which imagines a dystopian society that’s split into two classes, pats and quads.