Constance Fenimore Woolson was a renown American Realist writer in her day, but has since almost disappeared. Two new books attempt to change that.
Translator, traitor, goes the Italian expression, although something may be lost in the translation.
Simon & Schuster has established a new imprint of children's books geared towards publishing Muslim characters and stories.
Shawna Yang Ryan's "Green Island," explores the 2-28 massacre, in which tens of thousands of Taiwanese were killed by Kuomintang troops in 1947.
Patricia Bell-Scott's new book explores the friendship between Eleanor Roosevelt and Pauli Murray, the poet and civil rights activist.
Elizabeth McKenzie's "The Portable Veblen" concerns a character named Veblen, a woman who feels keenly the ideas of the great economist.
Providing some historical context to Han King's The Vegetarian.