Abhrayjoti Chakraborty writes on the books of the late Japanese author Yuko Tsushima and the expectations of autofiction.
The New Yorker Poetry Bot sends out poems from the magazine’s archive to read, listen to, and share each and every day of the year.
Anna Shechtman writes about the novelist Richard Wright’s desire to break into the film business and about the various attempts at adapting his novel “Native Son” for the screen.
Katy Waldman reviews “Meander, Spiral, Explode: Design and Pattern in Narrative,” a new book of literary criticism by Jane Alison.
Shaj Mathew on “The Twice-Born,” a piercing memoir about India’s identity crisis, by Aatish Taseer.