Nicole Georges draws her world.
Bynum proves she has enduring talent with this novel, which maintains the delicate, light touch of her first book while navigating the blurry line between adolescence and adulthood.
Fresh and funny, Randa Jarrar's debut novel is a coming-of-age story about a country-less girl.
Jenna Woginrich's book about living off the grid leaves us feeling freshly encouraged to live a more down-to-earth life.
In this memoir, Wilson tells her story with a voice so potent and clear you can almost hear her rural Texan drawl.
Raha deftly surfs across dense waves of women’s history to address the glimmers of feminist rebellion therein.
Miriam Toews’ newest novel is heartbreaking and charming, yet the plot leaves something to be desired.
Chang befriends two teenage girls in Yue Yuen, where 70,000 laborers make designer sneakers between sleep-shifts, and follows them over several years as they climb from job to job.
Editor India Knight captures some of the quintessential one-handed reads of our teen years, along with the feeling of what it was like to be curious and excited about the new adventure of sex.
Cheever sets out to explore the differences between passion and love, desire and need, and raises weighty questions about why—and how—we love.