Lauren Groff turns her wise eye on marriage in this week's New Yorker

Check out Lauren Groff's new story, "Ghosts and Empties," in this week's New Yorker. And while you're at it, go pre-order her new novel, Fates and Furies, due out from Riverhead in September!

"I have somehow become a woman who yells, and, because I do not want to be a woman who yells, whose little children walk around with frozen, watchful faces, I have taken to lacing on my running shoes after dinner and going out into the twilit streets for a walk, leaving the undressing and sluicing and reading and singing and tucking in of the boys to my husband, a man who does not yell."

Read the full story here.