Christopher Hitchens
Features // 2 Articles
Columns // 3 Articles
Reviews // 5 Articles
Blogs // 1 Articles
//Features

The Best Non-Fiction of 2012
24 Jan 2013 // 5:10 PM

Memoirs in graphic novel form blur the line that snakes between non-fiction and fiction; humorists and pulitzer prize winners delight, inform and terrify us; the real world, artfully penned, opens itself into a book, vulnerable, yet daring us to look. Here is the best of what we saw.

The Best Non-Fiction of 2011
23 Feb 2012 // 4:00 PM

Books have a long shelf-life. A loved book may outlast its original owner by a generation – or more -- if well cared for. With that in mind, we recall our best loved books of 2011 here, well into 2012. Better late than never...

//Columns

Antitheism and the Art of the "Hitch Slap"
20 Jan 2015 // 9:30 PM

Before Bill Maher became the demon-du-jour for his satirical scorn of religion, Christopher Hitchens led the charge of rhetorical antitheism.

Exceptional Claims: Principle, Personality and Christopher Hitchens
1 Mar 2012 // 4:00 PM

The late Christopher Hitchens helped define the character and popular perception of Atheism for this generation. But for the self-styled contrarian, where did principle end and personality begin?

//Reviews

Christopher Hitchens' Posthumous Anthology, 'And Yet...', and Yet There Is More
7 Feb 2016 // 9:05 PM

Why reprint what's already available, as done here, if a bounty of miscellanea is still uncollected?

Christopher Hitchens' Antitheism Is Reinforced in His Final Work, 'Mortality'
18 Sep 2012 // 6:10 PM

A brave and bold meditation on living, with adversity, in the face of certain death.

//Blogs

Sui Generis on the Rocks: An Appreciation of Christopher Hitchens
16 Dec 2011 // 8:00 AM

The best way to compliment a writer, as a writer, is to recognize, with neither regret nor resignation, that on your best day you will always stand in awe of what they achieved.

//Mixed media
//Blogs

The Moving Pixels Podcast Looks at the Scenic Vistas and Human Drama of 'Firewatch'

// Moving Pixels

"This week we consider the beautiful world that Campo Santo has built for us to explore and the way that the game explores human relationships through its protagonist's own explorations within that world.

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