Editor and author Henry Eliot tells how literature expands our experience of what it means to be human
Japanese introverts, aircraft carriers, celebrity interviews, new dope on a legendary double agent, contemporary feminism 101, showgirls in 30s San Francisco, Spain after Franco and the Resistance
Cocktail crowds don’t trip over each other trying to grab a photo op with these writers. Celebs, they’re not. But away from the media glare, their books have found more readers than anyone imagined.