A story of grief, being alone, moving on and acceptance.
J. Paul Henderson
When widower Larry MacCabe adopts a basset hound, he has no idea how quickly life is going to spin out of control.
Where would our culture be if nobody took the risk of coming across as pretentious?
From an art critic, a fun and well-argued case for the re-evaluation of pretentiousness as an essential mechanism of diversity and innovation.
How much time do you have left?
A gripping novel about loss, anxiety and the fight against time.
What does it mean to be a freak? Do we live in a time of monstrosity?
A provocative salute to the unconventional in a young, shape-shifting voice.
Liked 'The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared'?
A brilliant, funny and heartbreaking novel about immortal love, a malignant illness and true friendship.
Or goal here is for everything to change, for the past to become the future.
The debut novel by Slovenian's most important author of his generation.
'Is life worth living?' isn't a yes-or-no question.
A rational reflection on the all-too-human gift and curse of being able to choose between life and death.
This one's for you, Uncle Frank.
The Story of a Family on the Run from Itself in a City with No Place to Go.
There will never be an answer again. How do you live with that?
Anne von Canal
What remains of a person who suddenly and wordlessly leaves your life?
Rio Olympics. Who are the real winners and losers?
Roxane van Iperen
There is but one goal. Survival.