If you’re stuck at home and have already resorted to organizing your sock drawer, take the opportunity to dive into some of the best new and classic fiction from the Post’s archives. We’ve handpicked contemporary fiction from new writers and classics by F. Scott Fitzgerald and Sinclair Lewis, and we promise they will spark more joy than those old tube socks.
Published on December 17, 2012
As Jim tries to identify with the Yellowstone wolf trackers, both he and his wife have an awakening that changes their lives forever.
Published on January 27, 1968
A personnel director spins a web of lies to satisfy his wife’s mod curiosities.
Published on September 13, 1919
A miserly lender goes about his cynical existence until he meets a shocking, ironic fate.
Published on July 17, 2015
A depressed writer braves gloom and doom on a sarcastic quest for catharsis.
Published on January 18, 1919
Two well-meaning caregivers mistake one another for Belgian refugees in 1914 London.
Published on May 22, 1920
A small-town southern girl wants to be “where things happen on a big scale,” but the dreariness of the North will test her resilience.
Published on December 22, 2016
A chance encounter between an Iraq War vet and an Iraqi immigrant awakens painful memories.
Published on April 7, 1917
A Midwestern lumber businessman pens a pessimistic Russian novel to win back his poet lover.
Published on February 19, 2016
After Aileen leaves him, Eóin copes by living according to a strict routine. Now Ciara threatens that routine just by showing an interest.
Published on February 26, 2016
In a Texas town where luchadores and clowns just don’t mix, one father risks exposing his double life to grant his son’s birthday wish.
Published on January 25, 1919
Mishaps and mayhem befall a wealthy lawyer that finds himself on the wrong side of town in an outlandish costume after a theme party.
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