Facile explanations for the massacre must be resisted.
Tidy stories reducing the atrocity to a clash of civilizations or a problem with integration are neither enlightening nor satisfying.
The Childhood of Jesus explores the fictitious dimensions of a just and compassionate world.
Joseph Anton is a tale of betrayals: of free speech, communities, religion, marriages, personal convictions, friends.
Assailed by the right as a fiction, anti-Muslim bias is all too real for those who live with it.
Behind the Beautiful Forevers is a superb, empathic account of life in a Mumbai undercity.
In Assumption a murder mystery becomes a lesson in how much we do not know.
The king says his realm is a beacon of liberalism, but the people demand bread, and roses too.
Egypt's future looks uncertain. What is certain is if Obama sides with a repressive regime, feared extremism will become reality.
The revolution is far from over.