Kirkus Reviews: Digital Edition

Kirkus Reviews magazine is published on the 1st and 15th of each month in both digital and print formats. For a list of books in each issue view the print index. Not a subscriber? Join today.


April 01, 2015: Volume LXXXIII, No 7

Featuring 319 industry-first reviews of fiction, nonfiction and children's & teen; also in this issue: how Carole Roman took the reins of her career; James Hannaham's novel 'Delicious Foods' opens with the image of a man missing his hands and doesn't let up from there; and more

March 15, 2015: Volume LXXXIII, No 6

Featuring 318 industry-first reviews of fiction, nonfiction and children's & teen; also in this issue: T.C. Bartlett, a writer of many talents, perseveres just like his new character; what lies beneath the surface of Kazuo Ishiguro's deceptively simple novel 'The Buried Giant' is a story that implicates all of humankind; and more

March 01, 2015: Volume LXXXIII, No 5

Featuring 301 industry-first reviews of fiction, nonfiction and children's & teen; also in this issue: We talk to Hanya Yanagihara about how she created "A Little Life," the first must-read novel of the year.

February 15, 2015: Volume LXXXIII, No 4

Featuring 353 industry-first reviews of fiction, nonfiction and children's & teen; also in this issue: D.J. Molles makes his point (and many, many readers agree); we talk to Anne Tyler, one of America's most beloved novelists, who has been publishing for over 50 years: "All I'm really trying to do is learn how it would feel to be living a different existence," she says; and more

February 01, 2015: Volume LXXXIII, No 3

Featuring 364 industry-first reviews of fiction, nonfiction and children's & teen; also in this issue: Brian Kiley goes from late night to the printed page; David Duchovny might play cool characters on screen, but his debut novel, 'Holy Cow', reveals that he can also write like a sassy teenage girl (in the voice of a cow, no less); and more

January 15, 2015: Volume LXXXIII, No 2

Featuring 356 industry-first reviews of fiction, nonfiction and children's & teen; also in this issue: Country doctor Paul Carter's house calls add up to one good book; Jennifer Niven completed the first draft of her YA novel 'All the Bright Places' in six weeks, but it percolated in the back of her mind for much longer; and more

January 01, 2015: Volume LXXXIII, No 1

Featuring 336 industry-first reviews of fiction, nonfiction and children's & teen; also in this issue: Kevin Morris published his own stories; now, so is Grove/Atlantic; Sharon Draper was already a major children's writer, but her new novel 'Stella by Starlight' is redefining her career all over again; and more

December 15, 2014: Volume LXXXII, No 24

The best 100 indie books and best 25 book apps of 2014, plus our full December 15 issue; and more