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Books
Metaphor in a Time of Ebola
The more closely I followed the Ebola coverage, the more the simulacra of contagion in fiction, film, and games seemed inextricably woven into the mainstream media. [29.Jan.15]
John Carpenter and His Works, in Still Life
Gazing upon this vast collection of images with an abundance of rare and previously unseen stills, one cannot help but feel that Gottlieb-Walker captures the films' ontological identity. [29.Jan.15]
Reality, One Grain at a Time
There’s more of value in one Calvino essay about Roman pig sties than there is in a week’s worth of slop from the Huffington Post. [28.Jan.15]
Having Trouble Sleeping? Relax, It's All in Your Mind
Funny and direct, as well as useful and nurturing, Sane New World is a must read for anyone who has been up at night worrying about the future or regretting the past. [28.Jan.15]
Philosophy Bites Again Is a True Philosophical Gourmet
This is a dinner party in book form, although with topics such as torture, group agency, hate speech, and the afterlife, it's not for the absent-minded. [27.Jan.15]
Reviews
Gazing upon this vast collection of images with an abundance of rare and previously unseen stills, one cannot help but feel that Gottlieb-Walker captures the films' ontological identity. [28.Jan.15]
There’s more of value in one Calvino essay about Roman pig sties than there is in a week’s worth of slop from the Huffington Post. [28.Jan.15]
Funny and direct, as well as useful and nurturing, Sane New World is a must read for anyone who has been up at night worrying about the future or regretting the past. [27.Jan.15]
Based on the detailed notes from the original Roman Inquisition investigation long buried in a Vatican archive, Wolf unravels a tale of religious madness and power trips. [26.Jan.15]
In Anthony Doerr's richly romantic jewel quest of a war novel, a blind girl and an engineering prodigy pulse ever closer to each other across a ravaged Europe. [26.Jan.15]
No matter how grandiose the Led Zeppelin legend gets, hearing the golden gods tell their tale is both astounding and more real than anything anyone could ever make up. [25.Jan.15]
Bohemians, Bootleggers, Flappers and Swells is a celebration of progress, of progressives, prophecy, and prescience. [22.Jan.15]
In this absorbing volume, Sally Potter provides an exploration of the director/actor relationship that teems with insight and intelligence, offering inspiration whatever your creative pursuits. [22.Jan.15]
Features
By W. Joseph Campbell
The world didn't just sit through the trials of both the tobacco industry and O.J. Simpson in 1995: it also welcomed in the sea changes that would shape the new millennium. [22.Jan.15]
Food & Wine's editor-in-chief Dana Cowin talks about gender, politics, and mastering your mistakes in the kitchen. [20.Jan.15]
Columns
Simulacra Beat
The more closely I followed the Ebola coverage, the more the simulacra of contagion in fiction, film, and games seemed inextricably woven into the mainstream media. [28.Jan.15]
Re:Print
This is a dinner party in book form, although with topics such as torture, group agency, hate speech, and the afterlife, it's not for the absent-minded. [26.Jan.15]
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