A new short story.
Read an excerpt from the new novel.
In an excerpt from Sarah Bird's new novel The Gap Year, a single mom prepares to send her only daughter off to college. Guess which one is a wreck.
In this exclusive excerpt from Remember Ben Clayton, a new novel by Stephen Harrigan, a sculptor meets a lonely rancher who has lost his son and needs something to remember him by.
Chapter 1We were parked at the curb in Leonard’s car, sitting near a busted-out streetlight. We were looking at a house about a block up. It was a dark house on a dark street next to another dark house, and beyond that was an abandoned baseball field grown up with
An exclusive excerpt from writer-at-large Oscar Casares's forthcoming first novel, Amigoland
The final chapter of “Twin Wells,” by Elmer Kelton.
Chapter Eleven of “Twin Wells,” by Stephen Graham Jones.
Chapter Ten of “Twin Wells,” by Diana López.
Chapter Nine of “Twin Wells.”
Chapter Eight of “Twin Wells,” by Jill Patterson.
The MaterialA cowboy hat is a beloved possession: It fans fires, it blocks the rain, it gives shade—and it lends authenticity at any honky-tonk or greased-pig contest. But it’s also an extension of one’s personality, so commissioning one takes serious thought (and serious dough: from $300 to $1,500). The first
Chapter Seven of “Twin Wells.”
Chapter Six of "Twin Wells."
Chapter Five of “Twin Wells.”
Chapter Four: Katherine’s Neck.
Chapter Three of “Twin Wells,” by David Searcy.
Chapter Two: The Mustang Room, by Dominic Smith.
Chapter One: “A Stranger Comes to Town”
How my lifelong dream of writing a novel turned into a nightmare.
In this exclusive excerpt from Stephen Harrigan’s new novel, Challenger Park, a female astronaut confronts mommy-track issues on the way to outer space.
The ceremony was to honor the four-score living Texans who had participated in the Revolution. They were all quite old, of course. It had been 75 years since 1992, when Texas had become a breakaway republic and, like Tajikistan, Azerbaijan, and the Ukraine in Soviet Russia, sought independence from a