Maureen Corrigan Maureen Corrigan is a book critic for Fresh Air.
'Little Book' Tells A Wonderfully Big Story
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