Tag: Literature

Oxfordshire School Paper Unearths Two Poems by J. R. R. Tolkien

“The Shadow Man” and “Noel” will be available to read soon.

The Magic of Realism: On Álvaro Enrigue’s “Sudden Death”

The New York–based writer plays tennis with history.

Born to Read: Bruce Springsteen’s Autobiography to be Released this Fall

September 27, to be exact.

Aaron Sorkin Is Adapting “To Kill a Mockingbird” for Broadway

It’s slated to open in the 2017–2018 season.

The Juice Is Gone: “A Decent Ride” Squanders its Glimpse of Humanity

Irvine Welsh’s latest novel just misses the emotional mark.

Trevor Noah to Release Memoir about Growing Up in South Africa

The “Daily Show” host’s book will cover a tumultuous childhood, “from the time he was thrown in jail to the time he was thrown from a speeding car driven by murderous gangsters.”

Here Are Your 2016 National Book Critics Circle Finalists

Margo Jefferson, Colm Tóibín, and more have been nominated for their published works.

FLOOD’s Most Anticipated Arts + Culture Happenings of 2016

What we’ll be eating, drinking, reading, and watching this year.

Jonathan Safran Foer Announces “Here I Am,” His First Novel in Over a Decade

The “Everything Is Illuminated” author’s third traditional piece of fiction will come out in September of next year.

FLOOD’s Best of 2015: Art + Culture

Our picks for the best arts and culture moments of 2015.

I’ll Buy: Definitive Replacements Biography to be Released in March

“Trouble Boys: The True Story of The Replacements” was written with the band’s cooperation.

Don DeLillo to Release Futurist Novel “Zero K” Next Year

The announcement coincides with the author’s acceptance of the National Book Foundation’s lifetime achievement award.

Unpublished Edith Wharton Short Story Discovered at Yale

Read “The Field of Honor” now.

The Gears of Reincarnation: On David Mitchell’s “Slade House”

The celebrated British novelist returns with his followup to 2014’s “The Bone Clocks.”

Moby to Tell His Strange, Strange Life Story in Upcoming Memoir “Porcelain”

The book will be released in June and has received advance praise from Salman Rushdie and Dave Eggers.

Watching the Detectives: Colum McCann’s “Thirteen Ways of Looking”

The National Book Award winner returns with a collection of short stories and a novella.

Modern Girl: The Powerful Simplicity of Carrie Brownstein’s Memoir

“Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl” details the history of Sleater-Kinney. Even more than that, it’s a moving personal story.

David Lynch to Cut Through the “Bullshit” in New Autobiography

“Life & Work” is slated for a 2017 release via Canongate.


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