The sense of loss that necessarily pervades Running Out is balanced is by Lucas Bessire’s lyrical prose, whose consistently crisp beauty serves as a welcome respite.
Instead of techno-utopian rhetoric, Electrify offers a plan with pragmatic steps to create a better environment and a stronger economy.
Helen Scales is a self-described nerd who studies the ocean as an enthusiast as well as a scientist.
This incisive volume will assist the creation of a much-needed collective effort, helping to frame a unified approach to waging combat on those who are destroying the environment for the sake of short term profit.
Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, and visual arts — fire off a few brief bursts of criticism.
Full Dissidence is not just about the corruption of professional sports. It is a fierce polemic that will alter the way you look at America.
An eclectic round-up of the favorite books of the year from our critics.
Claudia Rankine comes off like a disgruntled but interesting guest at a dinner party who keeps turning the conversation back to subjects that make others uncomfortable but are well worth talking about and seriously examining.
A more accurate title for Ibram X Kendi’s engaging and compelling book might be:” How I learned to think like an antiracist and how you can too.”
According to Sarah Kendzior, “we have a transnational crime syndicate masquerading as a government.”