Tom Robbins

I write to twine ideas and images into big subversive pretzels of life, death, and goofiness—on the chance that, like the Trickster figure in tribal myths, they might help keep the world lively and give it the flexibility to endure. More

V.

Winner of the William Faulkner Foundation Award for best debut novel in 1963. More

Dan Harris

I used to read to lead a lot of fiction, mostly for the escape—to be transported to other places and times. More

Flow

The psychology classic that explored creativity and happiness. More

Kitchen Confidential

New York Times bestseller that helped launch a wave of interest in chefs and the culinary arts. More

Under the Volcano

A landmark of modernism, hailed as “one of the towering novels of this century” (New York Times). More