Apps changed everything. The Imaginary App explains how. [17.Dec.14]
Whimsical and frustrating, Murakami's latest may alienate some readers, but fans will want to add this oddity to their collection. [16.Dec.14]
Herbie Hancock's memoir shows us how possibilities in and of themselves can be fleeting, but their ripple effects can go on nearly forever. [16.Dec.14]
Thomas Healy offers up a masterful psychological portrait of one of America’s great thinkers, one whose legal opinion would eventually shape free speech in America. [15.Dec.14]
Sound Man gives you a look through 50 years behind the studio glass with the premier engineer/producer of the classic rock era, without any obsession over fame or status. [14.Dec.14]
These stories are as delightful and fizzy as Hilary Mantel's many awe-inspiring historical novels. [15.Dec.14]
Like the other entires in the World Film Locations series, this Florence installment acts as a great starting point for serious scholars of film.
It's only in America that what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.