Irreverent and with skin as thick as a pachyderm, mystery author Rex Pickett talks with PopMatters about the forces that compelled him to write The Archivist.
Influential poet/occultist Aleister Crowley and inventor Nikola Tesla traveled in similar circles but never met. What might have happened if they had?
Ethnographer Megha Wadhwa talks about her book, ‘Indian Migrants in Tokyo’, which describes the contemporary interaction between two ancient cultures.
In One Week in America, Patrick Parr guides readers through several earth-shattering events and their impact on the 1968 Notre Dame Literary Festival.
What is the meaning of diversity in today's world? Russell Jacoby raises and addresses some pertinent questions in his latest work, On Diversity.
A native of New York who eventually became a naturalized Japanese citizen, Arudou expresses strongly-held views on the situation of foreign residents in Japan.
George Orwell's essays -- so urgently relevant in these times -- convey the political and social views he would later express in his fiction.