What does April have in store for avid readers? Mind-expanding fiction, incisive nonfiction, and emotionally affecting poetry — and that’s just the beginning. What is perhaps most notable about this month’s intriguing books is how wide a range they cover, from traditional to experimental. Regardless of where your own tastes fall, there’s likely something due out this month that will get your attention. Here’s a look at some of the April books that have piqued ours.
Morning Bites: Reimagining “The Lottery,” Kate Lebo Nonfiction, Roxane Gay’s Latest, Eugene Lim, and More
In our morning reading: a retelling of “The Lottery,” thoughts on books by Roxane Gay and Eugene Lim, and more.