In this valuable call-to-action, Roger Hallam says we have to recognize that climate change is an emergency and rebel against our extinction.
Klotsvog ends up being a fascinating literary failure. Good for academics, but bad for readers.
An eclectic round-up of our favorite books of the year from our critics.
The very people that George Will is trying to appeal to are evidently quite happy to be drunk on the power that their brutishness has created.
This is a carefully-researched book of far more than academic interest.
In this new biography, Ted Shawn is on display in all his narcissism, paternalism, hypocrisy, originality, and the dedication to creative expression that set American modern dance on its way.
A.C. Grayling’s history is an excellent tour for the curious and a refresher for everyone who had Philosophy 101 and wants to remember why it was so moving at the time.
If you are a fan of Mike Nichols’ large and elegant body of work, you’ll regret as I did that the authors did not take the time to create the kind of book he deserved.
Terry Tempest Williams thinks that we must seize opportunities to save an increasingly endangered world — we don’t have a choice to feel powerless against the forces that seek to exploit and destroy the beauty of life on this planet.
Jack Taylor has always been a version of the reluctant detective, but now he seems more impotent than ever — distracted, beat down, and very tired.