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Hamid's Collection of Essays on Life, Art and Politics Sparkle With the Magic of His Prose
The essays in Discontent and its Civilizations treat their subjects with skill and beauty; sharing an idea or insight and then leaving it to the reader to nurture the thought further. [1.Apr.15]
'I Am Sorry to Think I Have Raised a Timid Son' Shows Russell's Potential
Kent Russell explores multiple, often bizarre manifestations of American masculinity in addition to his own. [1.Apr.15]
Good Food, Big Ideas: An Interview With Chef Christian Puglisi of Copenhagen's Relae
With three restaurants, a Michelin star, and now a new book under his belt, Puglisi leads a new generation of chefs in shaking up food culture. [31.Mar.15]
'So You've Been Publicly Shamed' Makes One Wonder, Are All Internet Outrages Fabricated?
Internet shamings are simple: people say dumb things, are then pilloried for it and in the ensuing frenzy lose their jobs and reputations. [31.Mar.15]
'Seraphim 266613336 Wings' Will Set Your Imagination Afire
This little-known collaboration between, Mamoru Oshii and Satoshi Kon, two giants of anime was never completed. But it’s very much worth reading anyway. [31.Mar.15]
Reviews
The essays in Discontent and its Civilizations treat their subjects with skill and beauty; sharing an idea or insight and then leaving it to the reader to nurture the thought further. [01.Apr.15]
Kent Russell explores multiple, often bizarre manifestations of American masculinity in addition to his own. [31.Mar.15]
Internet shamings are simple: people say dumb things, are then pilloried for it and in the ensuing frenzy lose their jobs and reputations. [31.Mar.15]
This little-known collaboration between, Mamoru Oshii and Satoshi Kon, two giants of anime was never completed. But it’s very much worth reading anyway. [30.Mar.15]
A victory of endurance, Blood Brothers should also be recognised as a testament to the resilient spirit of art and culture. [30.Mar.15]
Russia’s premiere teller of bleak, woeful tales strikes again with There Once Lived a Mother Who Loved Her Children Until They Moved Back In. [29.Mar.15]
Where All Light Tends to Go is unflinchingly violent, difficult to witness, and tragic from its outset. [26.Mar.15]
Green Girl is Kate Zambreno's searing meditation on a young American girl's coming-to-being in London. [25.Mar.15]
News
By Connie Ogle
There Is Something I Want You To Do reminds us that happiness, like morality, is fluid and that we must guard it accordingly. [12.Mar.15]
Features
With three restaurants, a Michelin star, and now a new book under his belt, Puglisi leads a new generation of chefs in shaking up food culture. [30.Mar.15]
By Zoe Cormier
The colourful science of marijuana and psychedelic drugs will make you wish you paid more attention in science class. [26.Mar.15]
Columns
Re:Print
Many readers of our generation emulate Don Draper, having lost Dante's connections to Christianity or perhaps to any such deity. [24.Mar.15]
Re:Print
Guy Kawasaki defines “good stuff” to post online, and how to really get more followers. (Hint: don’t pay for them!) [12.Mar.15]
From The Blogs
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What might you have to say about the historical and cultural contexts of the Doctor Who series? [10.Mar.15]
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