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'Trese' fosters Philippine folklore to millennial generation. Jun 12, 2021 850
'THE INTELLECTUAL JOHNNY APPLESEED OF THE COUNTERCULTURE': A conversation with Whole Earth Catalog founder, Merry Prankster, and woolly mammoth de-extinctionist Stewart Brand. Gillespie, Nick Interview Jun 1, 2021 2990
We Robot. May 14, 2021 724
MOVIEGOER: Ricky Lo's legacy. In memoriam May 13, 2021 557
Socializing Information. Bates, Mary Ellen May 1, 2021 806
Imagining Magellan drunk on coconut wine. Apr 16, 2021 872
Ruben Nepales donates a copy of his well-received 'Through a Writer's Lens' to UST library. Apr 2, 2021 829
Pro-life Pulitzer-prize winner Paul Greenberg passes away at age 84. Andrusko, Dave Obituary Apr 1, 2021 680
In 1931, a letter from Madrid was no sooner printed in Apollo than the Spanish art world was undone by events. Sound familiar? O'Byrne, Robert Apr 1, 2021 740
Ursula's Bookshelf. Swank, Kris Essay Mar 22, 2021 8710
Dan Shen's Rhetorical Narratology and Umberto Eco's Semiotic Theory of Interpretation. Pier, John Mar 22, 2021 2887
ISOLATO: A WRITER, BY HIMSELF, NEVER FEELS LESS ALONE. Wetherell, W.D. Mar 22, 2021 1358
CYNTHIA OZICK: in defense of imagination. Breger, Sarah Interview Mar 22, 2021 1692
Reintroducing Douglas Hyde. Mc Mahon, Timothy G. Mar 22, 2021 1454
Auerbach, Tanpinar and Edib in Istanbul: Reinventing the Humanities and Comparative Literature: An Interview with Efe Khayyat on Istanbul 1940 and Global Modernity: The World according to Auerbach, Tanpinar, and Edib. Tecimen, Oguz Interview Mar 19, 2021 7280
Picking on Rizal. Editorial Mar 11, 2021 800
10 BIG IDEAS TO ACHIEVE: REAL CLIMATE PROGRESS. Temple, James Mar 1, 2021 1401
Still Bowling Alone: Robert Putnam revisits his thesis on alienation with new data. Crimmins, Timothy Mar 1, 2021 1487
Strange Case of a Sojourn in Saranac. Chorba, Terence Mar 1, 2021 1532
"Subverted:" The Propaganda that fueled Roe v. Wade. Finnerty, Bonnie Mar 1, 2021 630
Torsten Norlander: 1950-2020. Stewart, Robert A.C.; Krivan, Sarah Obituary Mar 1, 2021 506
Warp and Weft A Conversation with Graphic Author Shira Spector. Oksman, Tahneer Interview Mar 1, 2021 3055
Zambales author turned her personal herb garden into a thriving side business. Interview Feb 16, 2021 764
'Crime novelists are the funniest people I know' Bestselling crime writer - and former Western Mail journalist - Belinda Bauer talks to Hannah Stephenson about festivals, friendships and the flak she received following her Man Booker Prize nomination... Feb 6, 2021 1268
Praying and Appreciating: Simbahan. Editorial Jan 11, 2021 1102
TO DEPOSE A PRESIDENT: Trump is about to lose his biggest defense against the women suing him for defamation. Pauly, Madison Jan 1, 2021 1490
Crusoe and the Economists: An Accounting. Horwitz, Steven; Skwire, Sarah Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 5556
Public Health. Tomes, Nancy Essay Jan 1, 2021 1622
POETRY. Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 752
POETRY. Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 840
SOME LESSONS ON SPACEPOWER FROM COLIN GRAY. Klein, John J. Obituary Jan 1, 2021 4637
FARTHEST EDGE: CHASING SOLITUDE --AND THOREAU-ON THE OUTER BEACH OF CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE. Fox, Dorian Travel narrative Jan 1, 2021 3386
"HE PUT QR-CODED WRISTBANDS ON EACH OF THE CHICKENS": TR: Q+A: One author argues that China's rural agriculture doesn't just feed that nation-it powers the future. Culp, Samantha Interview Jan 1, 2021 1891
Point and Counterpoint: On the Manuscript of "El fin" (1953). Balderston, Daniel Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 7289
Metaphysics and Contingency: Borges, Schopenhauer, Heidegger. Gannuscio, Alexander James Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 7649
Borges in Chesterton. Turkis, Martin E. Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 5568
Teach children about data privacy and fake news through these books. Dec 21, 2020 506
Lualhati Bautista and her one true and forever love. Dec 15, 2020 648
Francis: Women need not be priests to lead. Mcelwee, Joshua J. Dec 11, 2020 1137
'Invent & Wander' a window into Bezos' thinking. Dec 7, 2020 2417
Voice's Creator Incubator Program Is The Home for Authentic Online Engagement. Dec 1, 2020 689
Print Culture, Digital Culture, Poetics and Hermeneutics: Discussion with J. Hillis Miller. Zhu, Liyuan Interview Dec 1, 2020 6054
Notes from the Cli-Fi Center Social Distancing with Dan Bloom in Taiwan. Cranston, CA. Interview Dec 1, 2020 2348
Fantasias on National Themes: Fantasy, Space, and Imperialism in Rebecca West. Williams, Annabel Essay Dec 1, 2020 9835
Virginia Woolf's Synesthesia. Earl, Holly Dec 1, 2020 8415
How Efren R. Abueg has inspired a generation of Filipino fictionists. Nov 30, 2020 950
INTERVIEW: Laurel Flores Fantauzzo on her YA debut novel. Interview Nov 19, 2020 1132
Romancing the pen. Nov 12, 2020 570
REMEMBERING WILLARD ESPY. Eckler, Faith W. Nov 1, 2020 573
The British Library Stands Behind Black Lives Matter. Charlton, John Nov 1, 2020 853
Juana Manahan-Yupangco to launch Mesa ni Misis Cookbook. Oct 20, 2020 887
John Carr backing Biden: Carr calls out political misuse of bishops' voting guide. White, Christopher Oct 16, 2020 1866
Meet Alunsinag Bayani, a Pinoy protagonist in a new sci-fi novel. Interview Oct 15, 2020 1471
STRATEGIC LIFE-CYCLE ANALYSIS: THE ROLE OF THE CFO: CFOs play a pivotal role in driving long-term sustainable value creation. Frigo, Mark L. Interview Oct 1, 2020 2949
Listening to Tim Ferriss. Miller, Dinah Oct 1, 2020 1518
An incredible 2,000-year journey. Wambu, Onyekechi Oct 1, 2020 1916
Laurence Sterne's Subscribers: Additional Updates. Walker, Robert G. Report Sep 22, 2020 6940
Negritude's Contretemps: The Coining and Reception of Aime Cesaire's Neologism. Reilly, Brian J. Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 9961
(Dis)similarity and Identity: On Becoming Quasi-WPA. Hollinger, Andrew; Borgman, Jessie Essay Sep 22, 2020 7869
FINAL WORDS: A former Yellowstone ranger raced to finish a book about two threats--one that endangers national parks and another that ultimately took his own life. Siber, Kate Interview Sep 22, 2020 2626
THE UNHEAVENLY CITY AT FIFTY: Edward Banfield's book was ahead of its time--and ours. Sowell, Thomas Essay Sep 22, 2020 1757
When an Object Speaks to, for, or against Blacks: Raymond Andrews's Imaginary Construction of Radio. Chen, Hairong Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 6614
Them: A Pitch. Tremblay, Paul Short story Sep 22, 2020 885
Feeling-in-Common/ Being-in-Common as a Possibility of Feeling Alive: Kant with Nancy. Aleksandrowicz, Marta Essay Sep 22, 2020 4846
Untranslatability as Resistance: A Study of Mahashweta Devi's Draupadi. Behera, Deepshikha Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 6056
The Red and White Terrors: Civil War and Political Savagery in Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls. Sep 22, 2020 8996
Chapter I of In Our Time: Origins, Omissions, and Arrangement. Robinson, Daniel Sep 22, 2020 4846
The Fear of Death: The Real Virus in Hemingway's "A Day's Wait".. Larson, Walker Sep 22, 2020 2620
A Better Source for Harry's Gangrene: Medical Literature and "The Snows of Kilimanjaro". Pottle, Russ Sep 22, 2020 2524
When Dietrich Met Hemingway: Archival Documents Correct the Biographical Record.. Warczak, Katie Sep 22, 2020 2445
From the Hemingway Letters Project Behind the Scenes with Pauline Pfeiffer Hemingway and Jane Kendall Mason. Mandel, Miriam B. Sep 22, 2020 6616
Boston College Center for Irish Programs. Sep 22, 2020 3215
Grief is the price we pay for love. Sep 21, 2020 1100
Gilda Cordero Fernando, the artist. Obituary Sep 4, 2020 673
Craft, not catharsis: Vicki Laveau-Harvie waited decades to write the story of her dysfunctional family. Her debut book was worth the wait. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview Sep 1, 2020 892
PROFILES IN CORRUPTION: A best-selling author chronicles the abuse of power by America's progressive elite. Fischer, Carolyn M. Sep 1, 2020 2187
Antons Austrins' Oeuvre in Cultural Context. Romanovska, Alina Sep 1, 2020 4958
When British and Arab Novelists Teach Feminism: A Comparative Reading of Wollstonecraft and El Saadawi's Views. Khafajah, Mohamed B.; Ghandeharion, Azra Sep 1, 2020 7125
PH warned vs opening borders to travelers. Kabiling, Genalyn; Rosario, Ben; Geducos, Argyll Cyrus Aug 23, 2020 1055
A student writes a book that feeds families. Interview Jul 4, 2020 815
Precarity, prosperity, and a pandemic: Suffering does not have to be met with an answer. Bowler, Kate Interview Jul 1, 2020 2243
THOUGHT GAMES ABOUT CHINA. Kang, David Critical essay Jul 1, 2020 8232
STRATEGIES, SIGNALS, AND CONFLICT PROPENSITY: RISING STATES, DECLINING STATES, AND CONTEMPORARY US--CHINA RELATIONS. Zhang, Ketian Critical essay Jul 1, 2020 5457
The Long Winter Verifying Laura Ingalls Wilder's Account of 1880/81. Jul 1, 2020 2280
Leadership and Business Wisdom. Jun 28, 2020 581
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on today's activism and being a writer. Interview Jun 24, 2020 769
A DOCTOR WITH VISION: Though he struggled with eyesight and visual perception, Oliver Sacks wrote books that helped the world see more clearly. Heitman, Danny Jun 22, 2020 1495
TRAVELING INTO THURBER COUNTRY: James Thurber's challenges with physical vision after a childhood accident helped shape him into the writer he became. Despite his losses, he kept his sense of humor. Heitman, Danny Jun 22, 2020 431
Interview with Lucy McRobert, author of 365 Days Wild. Peters, Henricus Interview Jun 22, 2020 789
From a Context-bound to an Essentializing Conception: A Study of Longinus's Treatise On the Sublime. Bhattacharyya, Amrita Jun 22, 2020 4979
Feeling Thoughts: The Swarming Sublime in Longinus's On Sublimity. Marcinkowski, Adam J. Jun 22, 2020 5758
IN THE TETON RANGE: "YOU SEE A LOT OF CHARITY BUT VERY LITTLE JUSTICE". Price, Austin Jun 22, 2020 1118
TWAIN TALK: an interview with Larry Howe. Howe, Larry Interview Jun 1, 2020 2492
More than a legend: Max Brooks' new sasquatch novel is (wait for it) a big feat. Rose, Michael Alec Interview May 1, 2020 795
Making a home among the bees: Helen Jukes reflects on the year that inspired her meditative memoir, A Honeybee Heart Has Five Openings--a book that's full-to-bursting with warmth, wildness and visions of the gleaming, humming natural world. Jukes, Helen Interview May 1, 2020 1446
Feeling antsy? Morose? Kathleen Norris offers tips to cope with acedia. Feuerherd, Peter Interview Apr 17, 2020 1161
Joy-sparked ministry. Dana, Maryann McKibben Apr 13, 2020 679
Medicine, misogyny and memoir--oh my! With a high dosage of humor and hope, Sarah Ramey's memoir makes the suffering of women with chronic illnesses visible at last. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview Apr 1, 2020 855
"Libraries are a Place to Find Love": An Interview with Kwame Alexander. Horan, Timothy Interview Apr 1, 2020 2702
SUICIDE OR DEEP STATE MURDER? DHS whistleblower Philip Honey, who exposed the Obama administration's interference with tracking and arresting jihadists, was found dead just before a new book was due out. Jasper, William F. Mar 23, 2020 2272
Symposium. Mrjoian, Aram; Button, Rachel; Wheeler, Theodore; Levy, Lisa; Weyi, Brenton; Relyseus, Tye; Pursell, Essay Mar 22, 2020 8185
The Mind of the Moralist. Valiunas, Algis Biography Mar 22, 2020 4772
Sylvia Beach: Hemingway's Most Impassioned Supporter. Catan, Wayne Mar 22, 2020 4095
Current Bibliography. Larson, Kelli A. Bibliography Mar 22, 2020 4153
Griselda Between Boccaccio and Petrarch. Verdicchio, Massimo Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 11683
BAM! Watch Out for Burlington's Authors Mafia. Maruno, Jennifer Mar 22, 2020 2441
T/V PRONOUNS AND FTAS IN THE WORKS OF SIR THOMAS MALORY: MEDIEVAL POLITENESS AND IMPOLITENESS IN DIRECTIVES, EXPRESSIVES, AND COMMISSIVES. Wisniewska-Przymusinska, Malwina Critical essay Mar 1, 2020 16250
MARK NEPO: Mark Nepo reflects on his spiritual journey, our polarized country, and how being open-hearted can change the world. Burt, Tequia Interview Mar 1, 2020 722
THE LAST WORD. Roy, Scarlett Mar 1, 2020 526
Julia Alvarez on: Stack Hierarchies, Scheherezade, and Reading with No Strings Attached. Interview Mar 1, 2020 1397
William Gibson. Teisch, Jessica Critical essay Mar 1, 2020 2643
ANNIE DORSEN. Interview Feb 1, 2020 1202
Man, myth, legend: Erik Larson's new book, The Splendid and the Vile, tackles one of the most heralded figures in modern Western history: Winston Churchill. Lynch, Christy Interview Feb 1, 2020 507
Rise and shine: Romance blooms under the bright lights of morning TV. Diehl, Amanda Interview Feb 1, 2020 788
Shelf life: Wouldn't you love to explore a library or bookstore with your favorite author? Award-winning Chilean author Isabel Allende shares her favorite memories from among the stacks. Acree, Cat Interview Feb 1, 2020 588
Chiseling away at Washington: Although it's as well researched as any of the myriad George Washington biographies out there, Alexis Coe's You Never Forget Your First approaches its legendary subject with a healthy dose of irreverence. Scribner, Amy Interview Feb 1, 2020 663
The Writer's Writer: MICHELLE TEA. Heacock, Kait Interview Jan 1, 2020 1482
Vocations. Gomes, Miguel Short story Jan 1, 2020 788
When time feels like it's slipping away: Simon Jimenez brings emotional intelligence and a contemporary fear of lost time to his spellbinding debut novel. Jackson, Matthew Interview Jan 1, 2020 807
Svetlana Alexievich. Austerlitz, Saul Critical essay Jan 1, 2020 2135
How the slaughter of 300,000 people with disabilities paved the way for the Holocaust of the Jews. Andrusko, Dave Jan 1, 2020 740
SOLVING THE CYBER SITUATION. Fischer, Raymond L. Jan 1, 2020 1671
Giggers, Greeners, Peyserts, and Palliards: Rendering Slang in al-Bukhala' of al-Jahiz. Blankinship, Kevin Critical essay Jan 1, 2020 11793
(In)visible Collaborations between los hermanos Borges and los Bioy. Benedict, Nora Critical essay Jan 1, 2020 6999
African American World War I Soldiers, Claude McKay, and the Harlem Renaissance. Fisher, Jane Elizabeth Essay Jan 1, 2020 8253
Five Letters from Henry Miller to Abraham Elkus, 1930. Jackson, Roger Jan 1, 2020 6120
"So don'tcha know". Henry, Annie Frazier Jan 1, 2020 1310
Henry Miller and Marcel Marceau Paris, July 23, 1969. Jackson, Roger Jan 1, 2020 568
Letter to Maria Manton, October 30, 1942. Miller, Henry Jan 1, 2020 1249
A Stripped-down Miller in a Fictional Corfu. Lehman, Eric D. Jan 1, 2020 2273
My Henry Miller--An Appreciation Listening to My Inner Angel. Hamer, Peter Jan 1, 2020 4927
Henry Miller and the "Underlying Promise" of American Writing. Paduano, Michael Essay Jan 1, 2020 7840
Can a Girl Retain Her Virtue? At a Nickel a Dance? Cacitti, Adrienne Jan 1, 2020 4935
June Miller? Jan 1, 2020 157
Miller Notes. Recommended readings Jan 1, 2020 6211
Henry Miller Personal Collection. Jan 1, 2020 500
Binary Opposition and Colonial Hegemony: Structural and Post-structural Study of Tariq Rahman's "The Zoo". Lashari, Mubarak Ali; Ansari, Komal; Abbass, Shahid Critical essay Dec 31, 2019 3536
Dystopian Egypt before the Arabian Spring: Critical Review on Ahmed Khaled Towfik's The Knife. HASSOUNA, MOHAMMED MOSTAFA. Critical essay Dec 22, 2019 5438
A Multi-Dimensional Model of Inter-cultural Hermeneutics between China and the West. Sun, Yapeng Critical essay Dec 22, 2019 3446
The queen of cosy: Laura Weir distills all her wisdom about how to be comfortable, contented and snug. Spydell, Anna Interview Dec 1, 2019 784
Keeping it in the family. Bush, Prince Interview Nov 1, 2019 1146
Toni Morrison Retrospective. Teisch, Jessica Obituary Nov 1, 2019 2113
The Man behind Food Safety Today: Interview with Deborah Blum, author of The Poison Squad: One Chemist's Single-minded Crusade for Food Safety at the Turn of the Twentieth Century. Hill, Rebecca A. Interview Oct 1, 2019 2077
40 UNDER 40: THINKERS. Oct 1, 2019 2612
Australian authors: Meaning, inspiration & creative writing. Kemp, Katrina Oct 1, 2019 1692
The art of peace: When we lose interest in the humanities, we lose our capacity for empathy and friendship. Millies, Steven P. Oct 1, 2019 1271
In Memoriam. In memoriam Sep 22, 2019 175
Science and Society. Follingstad, Gretel Sep 22, 2019 1324
"Bending her gentle head to swift decay": Horror, Loss, and Fantasy in the Female Gothic of Ann Radcliffe and Regina Maria Roche. Shajirat, Anna Critical essay Sep 22, 2019 13164
Be uncomfortable, at very least. Sep 20, 2019 108
Thriving as an Empath: For 20 years, Judith Orloff has helped make being an empath "something that caring characters would aspire towards." She shares practices from a lifetime of overcoming shame and creating empowerment. Kiesling, Stephen Interview Sep 1, 2019 2208
America's Long Struggle for Religious Liberty. Waldman, Steven Interview Sep 1, 2019 985
BLU GREENBERG: BLU GREENBERG IS THE FOUNDING PRESIDENT OF THE JEWISH ORTHODOX FEMINIST ALLIANCE. HER BOOKS INCLUDE ON WOMEN AND JUDAISM: A VIEW FROM TRADITION AND BLACK BREAD: POEMS, AFTER THE HOLOCAUST. Sep 1, 2019 531
JUDITH VIORST: JUDITH VIORST HAS WRITTEN MORE THAN 40 BOOKS, INCLUDING ALEXANDER AND THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY AND MOST RECENTLY NEARING 90: AND OTHER COMEDIES OF LATE LIFE. Sep 1, 2019 512
FANIA OZ-SALZBERGER: FANIA OZ-SALZBERGER IS A PROFESSOR OF HISTORY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAIFA. HER NOTABLE BOOKS INCLUDE TRANSLATING THE ENLIGHTENMENT AND JEWS AND WORDS, WITH AMOS OZ. Sep 1, 2019 518
CALVIN GOLDSCHEIDER: CALVIN GOLDSCHEIDER IS PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF SOCIOLOGY AND JUDAIC STUDIES AT BROWN UNIVERSITY. HIS MOST RECENT BOOK IS ISRAELI SOCIETY IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: IMMIGRATION, INEQUALITY, AND RELIGIOUS CONFLICT. Sep 1, 2019 472
JOAN NATHAN: JOAN NATHAN IS THE AUTHOR OF 11 COOKBOOKS. HER LATEST BOOK IS KING SOLOMON'S TABLE: A CULINARY EXPLORATION OF JEWISH COOKING FROM AROUND THE WORLD. Sep 1, 2019 488
RICHARD MICHELSON: RICHARD MICHELSON IS A POET AND CHILDREN'S BOOK AUTHOR. HIS MOST RECENT BOOK, THE LANGUAGE OF ANGELS, WON THE NATIONAL JEWISH BOOK AWARD FOR CHILDREN'S LITERATURE AND THE SYDNEY TAYLOR GOLD MEDAL. Sep 1, 2019 410
ANITA DIAMANT: ANITA DIAMANT IS THE AUTHOR OF FIVE NOVELS, INCLUDING THE NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER THE RED TENT. SHE HAS ALSO PUBLISHED SIX GUIDES TO CONTEMPORARY JEWISH LIFE. Sep 1, 2019 362
6 Million Fragments. Sacks, Jonathan Reprint Sep 1, 2019 742
2019 Man Booker Prize Long List. Sep 1, 2019 739
Colson Whitehead. Austerlitz, Saul Critical essay Sep 1, 2019 1995
'An important work by Titian has been hiding in plain sight': Xavier F. Salomon at the Kunstmuseum Basel. Sep 1, 2019 1322
The Eva Judd O'Meara Award, given for the best review in Notes, this year goes to Derek Stauff for his review of volumes 1 and 8 of Andreas Hammerschmidt's Gesamtausgabe, edited by Michael Heinemann, Sven Rossel, and Konstanze Kremtz (Altenburg: Verlag Klaus-Jurgen Kamprad, 2015-) in Notes 74, no. 1 (2017): 125-30. Sep 1, 2019 184
Around the World in Forty Years: How one family's journey from the Philippines to Texas tells the story of global migration. Woodard, Colin Sep 1, 2019 1521
Denial of State: Americans literally can't believe popular public programs are public. Drutman, Lee Sep 1, 2019 1523
Future-Focused at ALA 2019. Scardilli, Brandi Sep 1, 2019 1119
Herding Library Cats. Gregory, Gwen M. Sep 1, 2019 736
ARE YOU SURE YOU WANT TO QUIT? How to get offline, do more "good nothing," and preserve your sanity. Craggs, Tommy Interview Sep 1, 2019 848
The tide is changing: Philippa Gregory revels in the imagination and research of a new series. Leache, Kathryn Justice Interview Sep 1, 2019 914
Unveiling the CIA book club: For years Lara Prescott hated her first name because people so often mispronounced or misspelled it. Today, she's thankful, because it seems to have led directly to the publication of her debut novel --one she was practically born to write. Cary, Alice Cover story Sep 1, 2019 1197
Morbid curiosity: Mortician and death activist Caitlin Doughty takes on questions from the grimmest, most macabre members of society: children. Spydell, Anna Interview Sep 1, 2019 924
Meet RANDALL MUNROE. Interview Sep 1, 2019 238
Josh Harris, I Kissed Dating Goodbye Author, Kisses Christianity Goodbye. Aug 19, 2019 696
DIANE DIVERS BLAIR: Educator, Political Scientist and Author. Tucker, Melissa Aug 12, 2019 1477
Binyavanga--off to disturb his ancestors. Serumaga, Kalundi In memoriam Jul 1, 2019 1075
Open Is as Open Does. Ojala, Marydee Editorial Jul 1, 2019 502
Press play. Try not to die. A true crime podcast leads a woman on a dangerous adventure across Europe in Denise Mina's crackling new novel, Conviction. Scribner, Amy Jul 1, 2019 843
Consumed by the chaos: When the Charles Manson Family murdered five people in August 1969, it was the shocking climax of America's most chaotic decade. Now, after 20 years of meticulous research, Tom O'Neill reveals that everything we thought we knew about this tragedy is really just the tip of the iceberg. Mudge, Alden Jul 1, 2019 1015
ALLISON MONTCLAIR BRINGS THE PAST TO LIFE (EXCEPT FOR THE DEAD PERSON): An effervescent, whip-smart historical mystery, The Right Sort of Man begins as World War II ends and the British people are ready to get back to normal. Author Allison Montclair shares why postwar London was the perfect setting for her new series. Jul 1, 2019 840
meet JONATHAN FETTER-VORM. Interview Jul 1, 2019 127
meet DIANE KREDENSOR. Interview Jul 1, 2019 156
This month: PALO ALTO: The insider: ERIN GLEESON ARTIST AND AUTHOR, THEFORESTFBAST.COM. Jul 1, 2019 270
FROM THE MASSES TO THE MAINSTREAM: THE HOLLYWOOD LEFT AND THE MOVEMENT FOR SOCIAL DEMOCRACY. Dennis, Michael Jun 22, 2019 10754
Lessons from a Trickster: Eden Robinson on Breaking all the Rules. Cram, Stephanie Jun 22, 2019 1442
2020 Hans Christian Andersen Nominees. Jun 22, 2019 110
To See the Stars by Jan Andrews. Jun 22, 2019 276
The Festival of Literary Diversity (FOLD) Children's Literary Festival, September 27 to 29, 2019. Jun 22, 2019 133
Keep Your Eye On ... S.K. Ali. O'Brien, Sandra Interview Jun 22, 2019 673
THE COURAGE TO HOPE. Stinson, Kathy Interview Jun 22, 2019 3261
Rooting for Humanity. Interview Jun 22, 2019 2584
LET'S GO, LESBIANS: ANDREA LONG CHU ON JILL JOHNSTON'S SEPARATISM. Chu, Andrea Long Jun 22, 2019 1839
NOTABLE MEMBERS. Brief article Jun 22, 2019 112
PARTISAN PRINCIPLES. Heitman, Danny Critical essay Jun 22, 2019 593
HISTORY THROUGH SYMONDS'S EYES. Jackson, John E. List Jun 22, 2019 961
How writers are imagining a greener future. Baden, Denise Jun 22, 2019 989
RESCUING OUR CHILDREN ALEX NEWMAN'S SPEAKING TOUR ROARS COAST TO COAST. Jasper, William F. Jun 17, 2019 1546
THE WAR TO DESTROY CHRISTIANITY IN AMERICA: In the United States, leftists are subverting state and federal laws to stigmatize and criminalize Christianity. Anderson, Troy Jun 3, 2019 2142
Guarding the Great Lakes Interview with Dan Egan, Author of The Death and Life of the Great Lakes. Hill, Rebecca A. Interview Jun 1, 2019 1736
Why Jordan Shapiro Plays Video Games With His Kids. Gillespie, Nick Interview May 29, 2019 723
The art of audiobooks: Two authors and two audiobook readers share a peek behind the curtain. Interview May 23, 2019 1059
A Self-Confessed Gun Crank: Precision barrelmaker, inventor, and writer, Harry M. Pope was also a match-winning shooter. Hutchcroft, Joel J. Biography May 9, 2019 697
Italian unification's blind spot: Verga's "Liberta" and Vancini's Bronte: Cronaca di un massacro che i libri di storia non hanno mai raccontato. Poggiolo-Kaftan, Giordana Critical essay May 1, 2019 7470
THE DEEPEST DIVE: She's a Korean immigrant, a former trial lawyer and the mother of three boys with serious medical issues. With her debut novel, Angie Kim has seamlessly woven these disparate strands of her life into an emotionally sprawling yet psychologically taut legal thriller. Cary, Alice Interview May 1, 2019 1242
A love story born from a national tragedy: Julie Buxbaum's new YA novel balances a story of first love with a look at the ripple effects of 9/11 for today's teens. Piehl, Norah Interview May 1, 2019 906
meet CARTER GOODRICH. Interview May 1, 2019 173
OTTESSA MOSHFEGH. May 1, 2019 1267
Quote/unquote. Quotation May 1, 2019 401
God and Man Everywhere: The leftward lurch Buckley detected moves beyond the academy. Burke, Jack H. May 1, 2019 2220
EXPLORING the HISTORICAL ROOTS of RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: A Conversation with STEVEN WALDMAN. Garrison, Becky Interview May 1, 2019 2698
Begin with the End in Mind. Monke, Audrey May 1, 2019 1899
2019 GOLDEN QUILL AWARDS. May 1, 2019 387
Omani author Jokha Alharthi wins Man Booker International Prize. May 1, 2019 370
Corsi Vows to Make Mueller Pay, Alleqinq Prosecutorial Misconduct. Apr 22, 2019 340
An Ordinary Fellow with Silver Wings. Zebrowski, Carl Apr 1, 2019 464
Who gets to feel at home in America? YA author Samira Ahmed talks about her chilling work of speculative fiction. Cary, Alice Interview Apr 1, 2019 902
Margaret Fison, 1817-1866: Mid-Victorian Reformer. Essay Apr 1, 2019 8784
Mirroring Real Life: An Interview with Author Sandhya Menon. Tuccillo, Diane P. Interview Apr 1, 2019 1791
What Is the Literary Image in 2019? A Reevaluation of Mitchell's Encyclopedia Entry. Suner, Ahmet Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 8137
The American Woman's Health: Stowe's Writings about Headaches, Health, and Home. Forsa, Catherine Q. Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 8907
Conservatism after Trump. Frum, David Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 1155
The Nationalism We Need. Olsen, Henry; Chavez, Linda Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 2825
THE CRB INTERVIEW. Kesler, Charles R. Interview Mar 22, 2019 5206
Mary Wollstonecraft's "Love of Mankind" and Cosmopolitan Suffering in Letters Written During A Short Residence in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Steiner, Enit Karafili Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 9644
Tolkien's Allegory: Using Peter Jackson's Vision of Fellowship to Illuminate Male Adolescent Catholic Education. Zoeller, Adam P.; Malewitz, Thomas E. Report Mar 22, 2019 7227
TD Canadian Children's Book Week May 5 to 11, 2019. Mar 22, 2019 132
"Huxley's Ape:" Waugh in Scandinavia (August-September 1947). Manley, Jeffrey Mar 22, 2019 8254
Michael Lindsay Hogg: Inside the Making of Brideshead Revisited, the Original British TV Obsession. Mar 22, 2019 338
"Half Fish, Half Woman": Annette Kellerman, Mermaids, and Eco-Aquatic Revisioning. Mortensen, Peter Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 8289
RICHARD WRIGHT: THE MAN WHO LIVED UNDERGROUND. Fabre, Michel Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 6549
AN IMAGINARY PARADISE OF INDIVIDUALS. Federico, Annette Mar 22, 2019 1048
A PERSPECTIVE OF ONE'S OWN: THOMAS HARDY AND THE ELUSIVE SUE BRIDEHEAD. Langland, Elizabeth Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 7794
SHAKESPEARE'S NOVELS: CHARLOTTE LENNOX ILLUSTRATED. Doody, Margaret Anne Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 7037
ULYSSES, GABLER, AND KIDD: THE PERSONAL NOTE. Wollaeger, Mark Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 5767
THE PLACE OF THE NOVEL IN REPARATIVE READING. Hale, Dorothy J. Mar 22, 2019 2601
TRAUMA, HISTORY, THE INDIGENOUS NOVEL, AND THE NOW. Calcaterra, Angela Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 1417
THE TRANS/HISTORICITY OF TRAUMA IN JEANNETTE ARMSTRONG'S SLASH AND SHERMAN ALEXIE'S INDIAN KILLER. Styvendale, Nancy Van Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 10557
Picturing an Aesthetic and Homoerotic Space: Harold Acton's Travel Writing of China in the 1930s. Xi, Kun Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 3805
MAMA'S BOYS AND MOTHERING MEN: DUNBAR'S DEVIANT MASCULINITIES. Lewis, Christopher S. Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 12761
Solzhenitsyn: Politics and the Ascent of the Soul: For the great Nobel laureate Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, political freedom was not of primary importance for human flourishing. But it was a necessary precondition. Mahoney, Daniel J. Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 3607
The Catholic Who Knew Orwell: Did a controversial biographer who attempted to portray George Orwell as a crypto-Christian know him best? Rossi, John P. Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 2470
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN IN KRAKOW: CROSS-CULTURAL APPREHENSIONS: Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin has been mired in controversy since 1852; it continues to challenge readers today. During spring 2018, I had the opportunity to teach the novel twice, once at Salem State University in Massachusetts, and then as a visiting professor at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. Lusignanschultz, Nancy Mar 22, 2019 484
Walter Scott and Hospitality: Theory and Practice. Chiu, Kang-Yen Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 7259
'Your vocation is marriage': Systematic Colonisation, The Marriage Plot and Finding Home in Catherine Helen Spence's Clara Morison (1854). Sharp, Sarah Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 7035
TAKING ON THE WOO-WOO: Lindsay Wong's novel is a darkly comic look at the effects of mental illness and the resilience of the human soul. Chiu, Joanna Mar 22, 2019 1157
A Conservative Anarchist? ANTHONY DEJASAY 1925-2019. Lemieux, Pierre In memoriam Mar 22, 2019 2208
Reading the Paper: A Bibliographic Approach to in our time. Thurston, Michael Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 7054
Wasted Bulls and Fungus-Ridden Fish: Waste, Travel, and Entitlement in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises. Bishop, Andrew Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 6659
Bugs and Sam: Nick Adams's Guides in Hemingway's "The Battler" and "The Killers". Beall, John Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 7882
The Space Between the Doors: Breaking through the Boundaries of War and Gender Binaries in Hemingway's The Fifth Column. Overman-Tsai, Stefani Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 6908
Ernest Hemingway in Turkey: From the Quai at Smyrna to A Farewell to Arms. Long, Adam Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 5370
What If It's the Mannlicher?: A Letter Complicates the Ending of "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber". Knodt, Ellen Andrews Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 2616
What Dr. Adams and Dr. Hemingway May Tell Us about Ernest. Hays, Peter L. Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 2652
Current Bibliography. Larson, Kelli A. Bibliography Mar 22, 2019 3529
Interpreting the Creative Spark: Intertextuality and Remediation in the Critical Work of Bloom and Hutcheon in Relation to the Fiction of E. T. A. Hoffmann. Scullion, Val; Treby, Marion Mar 22, 2019 14463
ON THE SHOULDERS OF GI(E)NTS: THE JOYS OF BIBLIOGRAPHIC SCHOLARSHIP AND FANZINES IN TOLKIEN STUDIES. Reid, Robin Anne Mar 22, 2019 6752
AN UNSOURCED POEM IN LEWIS'S GREAT DIVORCE. Berube, Pierre H. Mar 22, 2019 2111
On "Social Media Warriors: Leveraging a New Battlespace". Stark, Stephen E. Critical essay Mar 22, 2019 740
More than most, the people of Wales must have a second vote; Award-winning novelist, poet and playwright Owen Sheers argues that a People's Vote is the democratic way out of this Brexit chaos. Mar 12, 2019 1240
Overlooked No More: Meet five extraordinary women from history who are finally getting the recognition they deserve. Wartik, Nancy; Dominus, Susan; Eddy, Melissa; Bennett, Jessica; Minsberg, Talya In memoriam Mar 11, 2019 3288
Fix Assignments of Benefits Now. Wraight, Patrick Mar 6, 2019 1444
How the DIVERSITY Crusade Is Destroying Our Culture. Byas, Steve Mar 4, 2019 1593
A NEW AI SOCIAL CONTRACT. Castelluccio, Michael Mar 1, 2019 810
WHEN LANGUAGE LIMITS THE LUST: MOMENTS OF DESIRE IN UNGENDERED NARRATIVE. Jetubhai, Khuman Bhagirathkumar; Ghosal, Madhumita Essay Mar 1, 2019 6226
FROM THE SLAUGHTER: VONNEGUT on War and the Book that Made Him Famous. Laufert, Wayne Mar 1, 2019 3764
James Oliver Curwood. Blaker, Christopher N. Biography Mar 1, 2019 569
Story Tellers. Interview Mar 1, 2019 1187
ROLE CALL: PEOPLE TO WATCH. Golub, Steph; Halvorsen, Caitlyn Interview Mar 1, 2019 1617
Geopolitical Imaginaries: Croatian Diasporic Writers in North America. Sesnic, Jelena Critical essay Mar 1, 2019 10420
Shut Out: How Licensing Can Curb Access to Work. Hiltz, Allison Critical essay Mar 1, 2019 413
Becoming (Trans)ient: Queer Motherhood and Becoming-Queer in Maggie Nelson's The Argonauts. Jaksic, Yasmina Critical essay Mar 1, 2019 7963
"The Bad Thing that You Are": Autofiction and the Internet as Competing Modes of Self-Construction in Megan Boyle's Liveblog. Sieben, Alois Critical essay Mar 1, 2019 8875
Creating a psychologically safe work environment. Interview Feb 26, 2019 1383
Unmasking the mother of monsters: With The Lady from the Black Lagoon: Hollywood Monsters and the Lost Legacy of Milicent Patrick, horror film producer Mallory O'Meara sets the record straight about the talented and glamorous Milicent Patrick, one of Disney's first female animators and the only woman to have designed a classic movie monster--the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Cary, Alice Interview Feb 22, 2019 861
We remember: Four historical fiction authors explore and celebrate American womanhood. Interview Feb 22, 2019 986
meet LUCY KNISLEY. Interview Feb 22, 2019 187
PEOPLE. Feb 22, 2019 408
Employing millennials help big corporations to reinvent. Brief article Feb 17, 2019 180
American made: Faith and identity collide in American Catholics' quest for a home-grown saint. Cummings, Kathleen Sprows Interview Feb 1, 2019 2997
Not a choice: Corners of America still need a reminder that attempting to change same-sex attraction is a harmful endeavor. Collum, Danny Duncan Feb 1, 2019 941
A quiet life: Find a model of faithfulness in J.R.R. Tolkien's simple spirit. Mosley, David Russell Feb 1, 2019 1299
China fan base for Chimamande Adichie. Brief article Feb 1, 2019 144
Meet Amazing Author Laura Resau: Bringing Multicultural Connections to Life. Tuccillo, Dianne P. Interview Feb 1, 2019 3662
At home on the range: Pam Houston takes readers to her Colorado ranch in her new memoir, Deep Creek. Whitley, Carla Jean Interview Jan 29, 2019 770
The importance of imperfection: Corey Ann Haydu explores the dangers of utopia in her poignant middle grade mystery. Cary, Alice Interview Jan 29, 2019 857
meet J.R. KRAUSE. Interview Jan 29, 2019 142
Barbara Walters: TV News Legend: ABC News' three most recent presidents on her remarkable legacy. Lynch, Jason Jan 14, 2019 389
Parenting Advice Shared at Qatar National Library's Event. Brief article Jan 13, 2019 101
Memo to Henneberger: The logical thing is to 'hang in there'. Knight, David Jan 11, 2019 1783
Practicing Mindfulness at Mohonk. Interview Jan 1, 2019 529
Friars versus fangs. Jan 1, 2019 157
The Warmth from Within. Selby, Stephanie Jan 1, 2019 2027
Simone de Beauvoir: Existential Philosophy And Human Development: Presentation given at the Society for Existential Analysis Annual Conference, London, 10 November 2018. Speech Jan 1, 2019 5988
WEATHER PERMITTING: SHELLEY JACKSON'S SNOW AND THE ECOPOETICS OF THE DIGITAL. Benzon, Paul Critical essay Jan 1, 2019 10534
DIFFERENT SUBSTANCE, DIFFERENT FORM: ALEJO CARPENTIER'S HEMISPHERIC AMERICAN MODERNISM. Dimitriou, Aristides Critical essay Jan 1, 2019 11980
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Blockchain and the Internet of Value: An Interview with Don Tapscott: Don Tapscott talks with Jim Euchner about blockchain, the Internet of value, and the next Internet revolution. Euchner, Jim Interview Jan 1, 2019 5868
Andrei Platonov and the "Living Dialectic" of the "Pushkinian Person". Cieply, Jason Essay Jan 1, 2019 5269
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