“Rain” is a balance of general-interest science and boots-on-the-ground journalism that traces how we have arrived at the critical point where it is usual to get too much rain or not enough. Updated 4:55 PM
NONFICTION: An intensely moving reconstruction of the events of July 22, 2011, when a Norwegian extremist killed 77 of his...
NONFICTION: With measured prose and stunning facts, Jon Krakauer probes awful reality.
The Fires of AutumnBy Irène Némirovsky. (Vintage International, 229 ages, $15)Who better to describe what happens to humans in wartime?“The...
Just write one sentence after another, the Norwegian author told a crowd at Macalester College on Tuesday night. Never go back.
NONFICTION: A colorful and engaging look at the history, the people and the many, many small boxes of books that...
Including two titles published by Graywolf Press of Minneapolis. Winners to be announced on May 13.
NONFICTION: Writing about a year marked by personal and professional milestones, the author reflects on her life, as well as...
“Avengers: Age of Ultron,” premiering May 1, introduces four major villains — three of them destined to be Avengers themselves....