When is the last time you received an honest letter? We’re not talking about a greeting card from the drugstore racks or the family
David Burnett's exquisite photograph book shows us the revolution that made Iran what it is today
Public libraries can be a treasure trove of semi-forgotten texts. Recently I was wandering through the Classics section (800s, poetry, philosophy, that sort of thing)
Patricia O'Connor's timeless grammar book, Woe Is I, is as important for the highly literate as it for those who ain't got a clue.
It is certainly no secret that I am a frequent correspondent with and major journalistic supporter of veteran screenwriter and novelist Rudy Wurlitzer, as any
One of the great times in my life was the ten years during which I read to my daughter Julia every night before her bedtime.
The Gargoyle is a brutal story about a man terribly disfigured in a car crash, burned to an almost unrecognizable crisp following an alcohol and
Authors Nona Willis Aronowitz and Emma Bee Bernstein document and reveal American women across the continent in Girldrive: Criss-crossing America, Redefining Feminism, while traveling the
It's now possible to download e-books for free from piracy Web sites. How will the already downtrodden publishing industry fight back?
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