A collaboration between the National Book Foundation and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Science + Literature highlights three books a year that deepen readers’ understanding of science and technology.
“I wasn’t ready for how much this novel would demand.” —NoViolet Bulawayo, author of Glory
The author of Eleutheria looks beyond the construct of man vs. nature.
“Then summer came and there was a lightning moment.” —Yanyi, author of Dream of the Divided Field
The author of Eleutheria considers the literary value of the human instinct to look for faces everywhere.
“What if there was an agency that verified people’s online dating personas?” —Jane Pek, author of The Verifiers
The author of Eleutheria uses ecological principles to guide her writing.
An excerpt from All the Secrets of the World by Steve Almond, who writes in the March/April 2022 issue about the unpublished novels he wrote before this one, all of which were essential to showing him his ultimate job as a writer.
“How do you navigate a life in opposition to and in spite of systemic racism, with poetry?” —Angel Dominguez, author of Desgraciado
“Don’t let an algorithm tell you what to read. Disobey the algorithm.” —Sarah Manguso, author of Very Cold People