This is an important book, a powerful account of the decline of California as America’s paradise.
University of Chicago Press
It’s hard to imagine many of Gail Mazur’s poems emerging from anywhere else than from inside Route 128.
Reading Little Kisses is reassuring — and that is a valuable attribute given the times we are living in.
Roger Grenier wears his considerable learning lightly. His writing is a graceful dance of the intellect.
Fred Turner’s counterintuitive and subtle argument in The Democratic Surround draws a direct line between the design of museum exhibitions and the Be-Ins of the Summer of Love.
In her groundbreaking study, Tufts University professor Alisha Rankin essentially revises the history of medicine by showing that women, presumed to be marginal in the development early modern medicine, were actually major players.