Tayari Jones’s latest novel uses intimate methods of storytelling to depict the dissolution of a relationship.
Most of us would read anything Oprah told us to, and with good reason: the 78 titles in her Book Club provide incredible examples of storytelling, ranging in theme and in genre,
Celestial and Roy are still newlyweds when a visit to Roy’s hometown in small-town Louisiana ends with Roy wrongly accused of rape.
Tayari Jones’s wise and compassionate new novel, “An American Marriage,” tells us a story we think we know.
The only thing more distressing than the size of America’s prison system is its racist function.