Beneath a thin veneer of science journalism lies a vegetarian manifesto.
Richard Polt’s work is simply a confessional love letter to a most charming and pioneering creation.
Like the surreal, dreamlike romance of Jean Cocteau’s Orpheus, the immortals of Brodsky’s world wander throughout cities, caught between their ethereal origins and the gritty realism of their oneiric existence.
Haunting, thought-provoking, and everything in between, here are some of last year's books that would make great additions to your winter reading list.
Vesa Lehtimäki's collection of photographs featuring LEGO toys in inventive situations is an inspiring and innovative collection.
A short and pleasant little tour with Howard S. Becker into the world of marihuana.
If you're old enough to drink whiskey, you're too old for scratch n' sniff.
Rock music and baked goods have always been mutually exclusive. Until now.
Dante's English Public glances at current adaptations of Dante's work, from the comic Nightcrawler's Inferno to Mark Danielewski's House of Leaves.
As the Bay Area Rapid Transit escalator carried me upward, toward the first annual Bay Area Book Festival (6th and 7th, June), I repeated my new mantra. I would buy no books.