Maureen Corrigan Maureen Corrigan is a book critic for Fresh Air.
Timeless Narratives From Turbulent Eras
Probing China's Changing Character
'Netherland' Flirts With Greatness Of 'Gatsby'
Unflinching Evil in 'Say You're One of Them'
Better than Sliced Bread: Summer's Best Nonfiction
Fiction Picks for Your Mental Getaway
Exhuming a Real-Life British Murder Mystery
Donna Foote, In the Urban-Education Trenches
Knowledge, and Danger, in Two New Novels
Cultural Chasms in Lahiri's 'Unaccustomed Earth'
Liebling Collected in 'World War II Writings'
John Edgar Wideman's 'Fanon,' A Novel Biography
Novelist Susan Choi, Creating 'A Person of Interest'
Sue Miller's 'The Senator's Wife,' Polling Well
Geraldine Brooks' 'People of the Book'