Boris' second novel, Don't Let My Baby Do Rodeo, about an immigrant family in New Jersey that adopts a boy from Montana who turns out to be feral, is just out from HarperCollins, and has received raves from The New York Times Book Review, O, the Oprah Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle, NPR, and others. See Events for the reading schedule.
A Replacement Life - one of The New York Times 100 Notable Books of 2014 and a front-cover rave in The New York Times Book Review, among other honors - is out in paperback, and recently won the Cabell First Novelist Award.
Between publicity duties, Boris is working on an unusual cookbook. He'll spend 2016-17 teaching at Princeton University.
A foreword to the 50th-anniversary reissue of Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita
+ A Guardian essay about finding sanity in a restaurant kitchen.
+ On Bookanista, an essay about waiting too long to test a fantasy.
+ An off-center take on St. Croix will appear in the January 2017 issue of Travel + Leisure.