Extreme conspiracy taken as fact. AI blurring the line between human and machine. In a world where the familiar feels slightly wrong, this internationally bestselling author shows us how to find our way back to stable ground. Her latest bestseller is “deft and intricate” (NYT) and “an essential read” (Cory Doctorow).
“A masterful novel by one of America’s finest writers” (The Daily Telegraph), this brilliant book engages with literature, music, race, and history to explore the passage of time and the value of art for a world in chaos. Publishers Weekly calls it “a splendid feast for the senses.”
In her acclaimed addition to our understanding of America, this journalist and author reveals the untold story of the families who were enslaved and sold by Catholic priests. She’s prompted a national reckoning into how we can transform our knowledge of the past into concrete action in the present.
In this moving poetry collection which follows his #1 NYT bestseller How the Word Is Passed, this National Book Critics Circle Award-winning writer explores parenthood and the world that his children are growing up in. He “finds faith in the unknowable and hope in a world that is ever changing” (TIME).
“If you haven’t encountered Katy Hessel, the feminist dynamo who’s on a mission to grant female artists their rightful place in history, now’s your moment” (LA Times). This NYT bestselling author challenges us to build a more inclusive story—for art, and every other field.
Innovation doesn’t necessarily mean social progress, argues the third most cited economist in the world. He proves that it’s up to us to choose a world where tech benefits us all. Nobel laureate Sir Angus Deaton calls this brilliant exploration “an important book that is long overdue.”
The most widely read Spanish-language author in the world intertwines two stories—a boy fleeing Nazi-occupied Europe and a girl fleeing 21st century El Salvador—in this “ambitious, intricate historical saga that is deeply connected to our present day” (People).