Naima Coster’s Halsey Street Brings Readers Home | Debut Spotlight

Naima Coster’s first novel, Halsey Street, offers an unflinching look at a fractured family. In it, Penelope Grand returns to her Brooklyn neighborhood—in the midst of gentrification—to care for her ailing father and try to deal with her mother’s departure to the Dominican Republic.

Cooking with Team Voracious | What We’re Reading & Watching

The WWR/W team is gobbling up books, cooking and otherwise, including vegan and Instant Pot cookbooks, debuts, coming-of-age memoirs, Nigerian-based sf, and historical fiction.

Varied Firsts of the New Year | Wyatt’s World

These authors offer fresh perspectives for 2018 with stories that kick off new series, provide novel takes on long-established genres, and will likely launch the writer to new heights.