Bad Moon Rising turns out to be justified by new evidence, some of which will be surprising to all concerned.
Joshua Rubenstein has penned a compact, chilling account of the demise of the Russian tyrant.
In this book, Peter D. Kramer counters what he sees as an ill-informed and dangerous backlash against antidepressant medications.
For Cynthia Ozick, critics connect the dots; they inform us about what kind of culture we’re living in.
Of course, with the assistance of the massed megafauna (big beasts), and the yodeling of Tarzan, Jane is saved.
Exit Right is about how six men entered into politics on the left side of the spectrum and wound up immured in varying extremes of conservatism.
Vaccination has, on the basis of all evidence, been thoroughly discredited as a cause of autism.
Peter-Adrian Cohen, playwright, critic, and late-life friend, died early in March, in Zurich, age seventy-six.
“All my effort is to transform machines into narrative, to show how much narrative power they have inside them, how they can tell stories.”
Some pithy quotes to keep in mind for the New Year.