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Tim Hennessy’s anthology “Milwaukee Noir” explores the darker side of Brew City in its fictionalized accounts of real-life issues.
Deborah Blum stopped by campus to offer food for thought about her novel, “Poison Squad.”
Author Celeste Ng's second novel, 2017's "Little Fires Everywhere" will be subject to a discussion with Ng in Madison on May 15.
Christian Bale does fantastic work as Dick Cheney in an unrecognizable role.
Controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine’s major label debut attempts to show off his versatility but ends up being nothing more than generic.
"Never Anyone But You" creates a moving fiction that navigates same-sex love and self-transformation in a time when women’s voices were just starting to be heard.
The novel is a beautiful work of art that contains a passionate message and cold reality.
Kazuo Ishiguro is an acclaimed author, but "The Buried Giant" shows that his writing can lack profundity.
Rupi Kaur's poems remind us that great things can still be found within heartbreaking moments.