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The unbearable lightness (or weight) of European history. Jun 28, 2022 752
FREEDOM WRITER Azar Nafisi champions writing and reading as the linchpins of liberty. Heitman, Danny Jun 22, 2022 1451
Write it, tweak it, star in it. Jun 3, 2022 588
JERRY STAHL with Adele Bertei. Bertei, Adele Interview Jun 1, 2022 1535
Zora Neale Hurston's Inconvenient Individualism: THE AUTHOR OF THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD DEFIES EASY POLITICAL CATEGORIZATION. Root, Damon May 21, 2022 1777
A shock to the sensibilities: Akwaeke Emezi's first romance novel is this summer's hottest read. Bell, Carole V. Interview May 19, 2022 1355
Extra pleasure, hold the guilt: Tabitha Carvan describes her plunge into obsession, followed by her ascent into unabashed superfan joy. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview May 18, 2022 954
ALEXIS HALL IS SEIZING HIS MOMENT: The master of the contemporary rom-com takes on the Regency with A Lady for a Duke. Diehl, Amanda Interview May 18, 2022 973
The voice in your head: Fifteen years after its initial publication, The Reluctant Fundamentalist gets a haunting new audiobook recorded by its author. Interview May 18, 2022 1019
Blessed are the children whose mothers left to read. Guest commentary May 7, 2022 915
Raising the Philippines' great sons. May 7, 2022 716
WHITHER THE AMERICAN PASTORAL? LEO MARX AND THE POST-PANDEMIC TRANSFORMATION OF THE COUNTRYSIDE. Lombardo, Joe Obituary May 1, 2022 1084
MIKE DAVIS with Pac Pobric. Pobric, Pac Interview May 1, 2022 1912
JORDAN A. ROTHACKER with Tobias Carroll. Carrol, Tobias Interview May 1, 2022 2607
Faith and fiction: Peter Ouinn's novels reveal the complexities and struggles of being a Catholic in America. Mastromatteo, Mike May 1, 2022 1048
Mary Laura Philpott never met a bookstore she didn't like: The bestselling author of I Miss You When I Blink reflects on her life among the stacks. Philpott, Mary Laura Interview May 1, 2022 798
THE MISSING PIECE: It was all fun and games for puzzle nerd A.J. Jacobs--until he had to actually sit down and write his latest book. Jacobs, A.J. May 1, 2022 1040
LET ME TELL YOU A TRUE STORY: Pulitzer Prize finalist Hernan Diaz, author of Trust, investigates the joys and mysteries of the framed narrative. Diaz, Hernan Cover story May 1, 2022 1114
TRIPLE WORD SCORE FOR MURDER: Hanna Alkaf's new YA novel is a murder mystery set in the cutthroat world of competitive Scrabble. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview May 1, 2022 1340
Blockchain authors, Bookshelf PH donate P250,000 to PGH Foundation. Apr 28, 2022 507
And yet humanity on the brink of despair is there to consider. Obituary Apr 23, 2022 695
NAVIGATING UNCERTAINTY: AN UNCONVENTIONAL APPROACH. Barone, Giuseppe Interview Apr 1, 2022 840
Can We Fix San Fransicko? San Fransicko author Michael Shellenberger on homelessness, crime, addiction, and his differences with progressives and libertarians. Weissmueller, Zach Interview Apr 1, 2022 4066
ANDREW FARKAS with Kathleen Rooney. Rooney, Kathleen Interview Apr 1, 2022 2588
BETSY PRIOLEAU with J.C. Hallman. Hallman, J.C. Interview Apr 1, 2022 2384
A new spin on a classic recipe: Author Uzma Jalaluddin deploys romance tropes to expand the boundaries of the genre. Diehl, Amanda Interview Apr 1, 2022 797
Keeping the faith: With her signature wit and wisdom, Anne Lamott reminds us how to find the light. Carrigan, Henry L., Jr. Interview Apr 1, 2022 769
Women of action: While browsing the stacks at the British Library, Judy Batalion discovered the untold story of Jewish women who resisted the Nazis. Mudge, Alden Interview Apr 1, 2022 890
Shaking the family tree: Maud Newton's debut is much more than a conventional family memoir. Freedenberg, Harvey Interview Apr 1, 2022 1006
'You can't pour from an empty cup': Amanda Oliver considers what it costs librarians to be the saviors of society. Wakeman, Jessica Interview Apr 1, 2022 907
A Note on Ursula K. Le Guin's Daoist Interests. Steed, Robert Essay Mar 22, 2022 3222
Hemingway in Cuban Contexts: Revisiting Reaches of his Imagination. Casas, Carlos A. Peon Critical essay Mar 22, 2022 5500
CURRENT BIBLIOGRAPHY. Larson, Kelli A.; Paul, Steve Bibliography Mar 22, 2022 3716
About this issue's cover: The Prince of Kittens. Antliff, Allan Mar 22, 2022 672
The Transnational Life and Death of Peter Kropotkin, 1881-1921: Terrorism, the Anarchist Body, and the Russian Revolution. Green, Lara Biography Mar 22, 2022 15403
Untranslatability and the Cold War: Theory in Context. Baer, Brian James Mar 22, 2022 4949
Tied to German, Unable to Find a Foothold in Yiddish: Examining Kafka Editing Choices of Yitzhak Lowy's 'Vom judischen Theater'. Carpenter, Aaron Mar 22, 2022 5291
PRICELESS READING In his long career, a writer about books connects with memorable literary treasures.. Basbanes, Nicholas A. Mar 22, 2022 1802
The inspired living of Stephanie-meets-Rizzoli. Interview Mar 7, 2022 642
Randall Morris, Mark Pascale, and Esther Adler with Lyle Rexer on JOSEPH E.YOAKUM. Rexer, Lyle Interview Mar 1, 2022 5786
MARK HABER with Andrew Ervin. Ervin, Andrew Interview Mar 1, 2022 2961
NO WRONG ANSWERS: CONFUSED ABOUT ORACLE CARDS? ORACLE EXPERTS EXPLAIN WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT.. Interview Mar 1, 2022 2757
Erika Krouse, private eye: Meet the fiction writer who unexpectedly became a private investigator and helped crack a landmark sexual assault case. Cary, Alice Interview Mar 1, 2022 930
The rise of monasticism in a modern world. Salgado, Soli Feb 4, 2022 1672
Why are 'Trese' fans disappointed over creators' jump to NFT? Feb 2, 2022 628
Cameroon's global gamechangers. Feb 1, 2022 1269
"Countless families with children with Down syndrome have lives marked by love and joy, lives that have been changed for the better". Andrusko, Dave Feb 1, 2022 866
Amateur theatrics turned deadly serious: The curtain rises on a wickedly funny novel of suspense. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview Feb 1, 2022 513
A romance of revisions: Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka's adult debut is a cerebral yet swoony love story. Wibberley, Emily; Siegemund-Broka, Austin Interview Feb 1, 2022 1003
Queen of (broken) hearts: When science writer Florence Williams' marriage ended, she looked to lab technicians and researchers to help soothe her heartache. Williams, Florence Interview Feb 1, 2022 828
SLICE OF LOVE: Rooted in memories of her family, Charmaine Wilkerson's debut novel explores an island of mysteries and a cake full of surprises. Cary, Alice Interview Feb 1, 2022 949
Mariano Ponce's low profile. Jan 20, 2022 800
Temporary stay in Japan inspired a creative to build a food forest in her backyard. Jan 20, 2022 890
National Artist for Literature 'Manong Frankie' passes away. Obituary Jan 7, 2022 661
The Suffolk Christmas Dance in Adrian Bell's The Cherry Tree (1932). Middleton-Metcalfe, Chloe Critical essay Jan 1, 2022 5622
RESOURCES IN THE VAUGHAN WILLIAMS MEMORIAL LIBRARY: Can You Shed Any Light? Correspondence between Roy Palmer and Keith Gregson, 1976-87. Gregson, Keith Essay Jan 1, 2022 7230
A Flawed Case Against Black Self-Defense. Johnson, Nicholas Critical essay Jan 1, 2022 1472
Out with the Old, In with New. Busiek, Julia Jan 1, 2022 1559
John Robbins: The Remarkable Legacy of the Baskin-Robbins Heir. Mathena, Laurie Jan 1, 2022 1768
YOUR NEW YEAR'S PRESCRIPTION: JUST ADD FUN Popular science writer Catherine Price says to stop scrolling, put down your phone and play. Cary, Alice Interview Jan 1, 2022 1403
LIFE IS BUT AN AMERICAN DREAM: With her roots in Puerto Rico and heart in Brooklyn, the heroine of Xochitl Gonzalez's vibrant and raw debut novel finds that politics and family are hopelessly intertwined. Gonzalez, Xochitl; Bell, Carole V. Interview Jan 1, 2022 1557
Travel Writing and Cultural Memory in Late-Ming Beijing: The Case of A Sketch of Sites and Objects in the Imperial Capital (Dijing jingwulue, 1635). Feng, Naixi Critical essay Jan 1, 2022 14371
From the Editor. Steindel, Charles Editorial Jan 1, 2022 651
It's a blue nights Christmas without Joan Didion. Obituary Dec 24, 2021 970
Hopkins and Hardy: Shipwreck, Knowing, and Not Knowing. Docherty, Tom Essay Dec 22, 2021 10894
Tied to German, Unable to Find a Foothold in Yiddish: Examining Kafka Editing Choices of Yitzhak Lowy's 'Vom jiidischen Theater'. Carpenter, Aaron Dec 22, 2021 5269
Translation Theory and Praxis in East and West: The Case of Saud Al-Sanousi's Saaq al-Bamhoo. Badshah, Ibrahim Dec 22, 2021 8314
The Untranslatability of a Private Code: John Weir's Eddie Socket and AIDS Camp Humour. Ferrari, Anna Dec 22, 2021 4938
author hena khan. Weitzman, Orlie Interview Dec 22, 2021 606
Rosalie Maggio. Dec 22, 2021 235
MEMBER NEWS. Dec 22, 2021 306
The call of the South: Italy and happiness in German travel writing of the 18th to 20th centuries --Goethe, Seume, and Bierbaum. Schenkel, Elmar Essay Dec 22, 2021 4541
A look back into American-period Iloilo. Dec 8, 2021 655
LOOKING DEEPLY: The writings of Thomas Merton and Thich Nhat Hanh. Knott, Catherine Dec 6, 2021 2014
A beautiful gift for the whole family: The People Remember casts the principles of Kwanzaa in a new light. Appell, Stephanie Interview Dec 1, 2021 611
Self-help meets self-deprecation. Kurtz, Meet Adam J.; Ponce, Eric Interview Dec 1, 2021 1122
Urban vs Rural in Latvian Fiction of the Early Twentieth Century: Antons Austrins. Romanovska, Alina Dec 1, 2021 5496
Mapping the Self: Leonora Carrington's Journey through the Mad Mind in Down Below/Trazar un mapa del Yo: el viaje de Leonora Carrington a traves de la locura en Down Below. de la Parra Fernandez, Laura Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 8858
The Double-Headed Arrow of Trauma: The Morally Traumatised Perpetrator in Martin Amis's Time's Arrow/La doble flecha del trauma: el perpetrador moralmente traumatizado en Time's Arrow, de Martin Amis. Roldan-Sevillano, Laura Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 9021
"You": A Girl amidst Images and Sounds of Adult Violence in Joyce Carol Oates's Rape: A Love Story/"Tu": una nina entre imagenes y sonidos de violencia adulta en Rape: A Love Story, de Joyce Carol Oates. Vieco, Francisco Jose Cortes Critical essay Dec 1, 2021 8864
DEBRA BRICKER BALKEN. Strauss, David Levi Interview Dec 1, 2021 6276
MARYANN CAWS with Jared Daniel Fagen. Fagen, Jared Daniel Interview Dec 1, 2021 2035
Language and Betrayal: Posthuman Ethics in Kazuo Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go. Mattar, Netty Dec 1, 2021 8148
Herbal remedy book highlights the importance of local weeds as food and medicine. Dec 1, 2021 526
Arts et des Lettres : Veronique Tadjo elevee au rang de Commandeur par la France. Brief article Nov 27, 2021 174
Contribution : L'ecrivain senegalais Mohamed Mbougar Sarr, laureat du Prix Goncourt 2021 pour son roman A. Nov 6, 2021 648
Don't get left behind: A new book predicts a coming age of exponential technology growth, leading to an age of abundance. The reality is a lot more complicated. Rotman, David Nov 1, 2021 1844
The Surprising Greatness of Jimmy Carter: A conversation with presidential biographers Jonathan Alter and Kai Bird. Interview Nov 1, 2021 12480
From the depths Suffering and injustice led Oscar Wilde to campaign for others. Hunter, Nathaniel Nov 1, 2021 1202
The Rule of Law and "Democratic Backsliding" in Central Europe. Speech Nov 1, 2021 3679
When reading doesn't come easy: Welcome Back, Maple Mehta-Cohen is a tender depiction of a girl with a learning disability. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview Nov 1, 2021 649
Manners as Cultural Capital in 1950s Thailand: A Study of Three Cultural Artefacts from the Writings of Santa T. Komolabutra. Tangsantikul, Juthamas Nov 1, 2021 8939
LOGAN BERRY with Kathleen Rooney. Rooney, Kathleen Interview Nov 1, 2021 3966
UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL. Tobin, Claudia Nov 1, 2021 2405
Writer in agony. Oct 23, 2021 1291
A DIFFERENT APPROACH TO ANTI-RACISM: "If you want to fight the impulse that we human beings have to feel better than others," says Chloe Valdary, "it's a bad idea to make people so insecure." Gillespie, Nick Interview Oct 22, 2021 3015
Interview - Bli Honore Toua Bi, ecrivain :. Interview Oct 9, 2021 627
I'm A Gifted Dreamer -Adjekpagbon. Oct 3, 2021 1721
Author Steven Johnson on the Good News of the Century. Gillespie, Nick Interview Oct 1, 2021 719
After the Nakba. Dabrowska, Karen Oct 1, 2021 898
Jordanian government blamed over Hattar murder. Nashashibi, Sharif Oct 1, 2021 803
TME Exclusive Interview: Carol Drinkwater. Interview Oct 1, 2021 1936
Africa's world of books. Collins, Gail Interview Oct 1, 2021 1202
Enter the Phoebeverse: The famously funny author, comedian and actor adds "publisher" to her multihyphenate career. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview Oct 1, 2021 507
Current Bibliography. Paul, Steve; Larson, Kelli A. Bibliography Sep 22, 2021 6611
ALEX MARZANO-LESNEVICH. Williams, Hayden Interview Sep 22, 2021 2410
Kia Corthron. Barre, Gabriela Interview Sep 22, 2021 2837
Peter Kropotkin: An Appreciation: Warlaam Tcherkersoff, Freedom (December 1912): 92-3. Sep 22, 2021 1686
Young Writers. White, Alex; Craig, Mya-Rose; Kaul, Kabir Sep 22, 2021 897
How We Practice Hope. Finn, Ed Sep 22, 2021 1791
WHEN THE 'NATIVE SON' BECAME 'THE MAN WHO LIVED UNDERGROUND': ONE OF RICHARD WRIGHT'S BEST BOOKS WENT UNPUBLISHED IN HIS LIFETIME, DUE TO "UNBEARABLE" SCENES OF POLICE BRUTALITY. NOW AT LAST IT IS IN PRINT. Root, Damon Sep 18, 2021 2617
Author, author and living the dream. Interview Sep 13, 2021 912
Patriarchal Limitations Imposed on African Women: A Deconstructive Reading of Chinweizu's Anatomy of Female Power. Egbung, Itang Ede Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 6127
The "Nature" of American Literature: Race, Place, and Textuality in John Crowe Ransom and Elizabeth Madox Roberts. Kunde, Sharon Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 13232
Graphic Nonsense and Historical Trauma in Fred Chao's Johnny Hiro. Lee, Jin Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 10085
Vulgarity as Springboard for High Art--A Comparative Study of Vladimir Nabokov and Qian Zhongshu's Notions of Vulgarity. Cao, Derong Critical essay Sep 1, 2021 15339
Three Theological Arguments in Support of Carol Hill's Reading of the Historicity of Genesis and Original Sin. Clouser, Roy Sep 1, 2021 4971
A Conversation with Amelia Nagoski: Part 1: Do I Smell Smoke? Moffatt, Tom; Cartmell, Lynn Interview Sep 1, 2021 1671
MARAUDING MONKEYS AND BANDIT BEARS: Mary Roach is hot on the trail of nature's outlaws. Cary, Alice Interview Sep 1, 2021 1276
Of mice and men (and theoretical physics): Torben Kuhlmann's exquisite Einstein explores how a mouse might have inspired one of the greatest scientific minds to ever live. Cary, Alice Interview Sep 1, 2021 1120
Pardon my English. Interview Aug 28, 2021 1030
Shirley Jackson. Teisch, Jessica Essay Aug 25, 2021 3387
Dedicace : Foua Ernest de Saint Sauveur sort trois livres d'un coup. Aug 7, 2021 412
Woman having abortion finds out she was pregnant with twins. Terzo, Sarah Aug 1, 2021 520
Pro-abortion Democrats ignore an enduring truth: the public strongly supports the Hyde Amendment. Andrusko, Dave Aug 1, 2021 645
Abortion, cognitive dissonance, and the backfire effect. Andrusko, Dave Aug 1, 2021 741
Author describes seeing baby's body after abortion: 'I screamed ... I had killed my four babies!'. Terzo, Sarah Aug 1, 2021 828
Losing sight of the truth: Blind Man's Bluff chronicles how James Tate Hill concealed the loss of his vision--and what he gained when he finally stopped hiding his blindness. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview Aug 1, 2021 899
A, se demande Macaire ETTY actuel President de l'Association des Ecrivains de Cote d'Ivoire (AECI). Jul 31, 2021 1957
Bahay Kubo Kitchens with Stephanie Zubiri. Interview Jul 14, 2021 731
Nawal El Saadawi: Attaining Catharsis through Trauma Narration in Woman at Point Zero. Thampy, Chitra Susan Critical essay Jul 1, 2021 3483
INTERNATIONAL BOOKER PRIZE. Jul 1, 2021 1048
Life of an Exile: Sun Di's (1081-1169) Letters Pertaining to His Banishment to Xiangzhou. Chu, Ming-Kin Jul 1, 2021 11863
Putting the 'cult' in culture: Why we're more susceptible to cultish groups than we think. Wakeman, Jessica Interview Jul 1, 2021 859
WRITING THE BLUES: S.A. Cosby's new thriller is as lived-in as it is complex, addressing social issues as it hums along to the energy of the rural South. Wilkins, Langston Collin Interview Jul 1, 2021 1664
A JOYOUS HYMN TO THE SONIC CATHEDRAL: Leah Johnson's second novel is an ode to summer, friendship, love and Black girls everywhere. Witherow, K.J. Interview Jul 1, 2021 1049
This comic book is where Philippine folklore meets modern gay life. Interview Jun 30, 2021 714
HUMANIST PROFILE. Biography Jun 22, 2021 719
Zelazny's AIs: humanity's ghost in the machine?. Asaftei, Loredana Jun 22, 2021 10799
Many ecologies of the self: inner and outer spaces in the poetry of Kamala Das / Surayya--an ecofeminist reading. V.T., Usha Jun 22, 2021 4625
"As the Vulgar Call It": Henry Fielding and the Language of the Vulgar. Sorensen, Janet Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 9493
Samuel Johnson: Infrastructuralist. Alff, David Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 7258
The Highland Tour through the Spectacles of Books: Johnson, Pastoral, and Improvement in Late-Georgian Scotland. Boyd, Bradford Q. Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 12915
"Where the climate is unkind, and the ground penurious": Johnson and the Alien Ecologies of the Highlands. Markley, Robert Critical essay Jun 22, 2021 9185
'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
Botanically Adrift: Writing Ecological Estrangement in Two Trees Make a Forest--On Memory, Migration and Taiwan. White, Jessica Essay Jun 1, 2021 6662
Let's Talk Design for Living ... Jun 1, 2021 3731
THE PAST IS STILL WITH US: Clint Smith's debut nonfiction book brilliantly separates history from nostalgia. Mudge, Alden Interview Jun 1, 2021 775
Arkansas Business Exec Q& A. Interview May 17, 2021 460
We Robot. May 14, 2021 724
MOVIEGOER: Ricky Lo's legacy. In memoriam May 13, 2021 557
SMALL TECH, MAJOR DISRUPTIONS. Castelluccio, Michael May 1, 2021 728
Barry Lopez: LEADING BY STORY. Beck, Larry Obituary May 1, 2021 1726
Palantir's Picture of Michel Foucault or, How to "Discipline and Punish". Castronovo, Julian May 1, 2021 2429
Ode to Bechdel. Spector, Shira May 1, 2021 921
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
HUMANIST PROFILE. Biography Mar 22, 2021 747
TWO GOOD HUMANS: The Friendship Between Carl Sagan and Kurt Vonnegut. Parr, Patrick Mar 22, 2021 1422
Current Bibliography. Larson, Kelli A.; Paul, Steve Bibliography Mar 22, 2021 6926
Evil Institutions: Steven Bartlett's Analysis of Human Evil and its Relevance for Anarchist Alternatives. Martin, Brian Mar 22, 2021 9042
Evelyn Waugh: A Housemaster's Report. Tomlinson, Jeremy Report Mar 22, 2021 6751
Actaeon in the Wilderness: Ovid and Christine de Pizan. Newlands, Carole Critical essay Mar 22, 2021 8503
Metaphorical Language and Its Significance in Machiavelli's Il principe. Pugliese, Olga Zorzi Critical essay Mar 22, 2021 7665
"Writers Live Only in Moscow and Leningrad"? Navigating Soviet Spatial and Cultural Hierarchies, 1941-45. Megowan, Erina T. Report Mar 22, 2021 12709
CYNTHIA OZICK: in defense of imagination. Breger, Sarah Interview Mar 22, 2021 1692
ISOLATO: A WRITER, BY HIMSELF, NEVER FEELS LESS ALONE. Wetherell, W.D. Mar 22, 2021 1358
John Holt: Education and Its Discontents. Duberman, Martin Essay Mar 22, 2021 6738
Leah Johnson. Johnson, Chapelle Interview Mar 22, 2021 5271
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
Warp and Weft A Conversation with Graphic Author Shira Spector. Oksman, Tahneer Interview Mar 1, 2021 3055
Torsten Norlander: 1950-2020. Stewart, Robert A.C.; Krivan, Sarah Obituary Mar 1, 2021 506
D. H. Lawrence's Stained Glass. Yamboliev, Irena Critical essay Mar 1, 2021 10825
When Procedural Questions Arise, Turn to Mason's Manual. Erickson, Brenda Feb 18, 2021 801
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
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
Crusoe and the Economists: An Accounting. Horwitz, Steven; Skwire, Sarah Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 5556
TORREY PETERS. Jan 1, 2021 1282
Public Health. Tomes, Nancy Essay Jan 1, 2021 1622
WELLS, CHESTERTON, AND A THEOLOGY OF SEMI-DETACHED READING. Knight, Mark Jan 1, 2021 6142
Jess Walter. Teisch, Jessica Jan 1, 2021 2092
EMPATHY AS A SUPERPOWER. Jan 1, 2021 912
SOME LESSONS ON SPACEPOWER FROM COLIN GRAY. Klein, John J. Obituary Jan 1, 2021 4637
POETRY. Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 752
POETRY. Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 840
The Life and Works of Abu al-Husayn 'Abd al-Baqi b. Qani'. Pavlovitch, Pavel Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 14457
Point and Counterpoint: On the Manuscript of "El fin" (1953). Balderston, Daniel Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 7289
A Certain Melancholy Vanity: Sir Thomas Browne in Borges's "El Aleph". Maurette, Pablo Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 6957
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
A Sailor and an Artist: The Naval Drawings of Francis Austen. Benis, Toby R. Essay Jan 1, 2021 4622
Sisters (and Brothers) and the Arts: Austens, Porters, Founders, and Beyond. Looser, Devoney Essay Jan 1, 2021 7707
Zecharia Sitchin on the Earth Chronicles: a concise lexicon of Sumerian lore. Stroe, Mihai A. Dec 22, 2020 30201
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 2416
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
Voice's Creator Incubator Program Is The Home for Authentic Online Engagement. Dec 1, 2020 689
BOOKS: NINE WRITERS, ARTISTS, AND SCHOLARS CHOOSE THE YEAR'S OUTSTANDING TITLES. Dec 1, 2020 3739
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
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
COLLECTIVE ANXIETIES, READER MANIPULATION AND THE 1910 PASSAGE OF HALLEY'S COMET IN RAMON MARIA TENREIRO'S LA AGONIA DE MADRID. Herrero-Senés, Juan Critical essay Nov 1, 2020 5215
PARALLELS: ROBERTO BOLANO'S NOVEL NOCTURNO DE CHILE (2000) AND HERMANN BROCH'S NOVEL THE DEATH OF VIRGIL (1945). Eckart, Gabriele Critical essay Nov 1, 2020 4148
REMEMBERING WILLARD ESPY. Eckler, Faith W. Nov 1, 2020 573
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
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
THE UNHEAVENLY CITY AT FIFTY: Edward Banfield's book was ahead of its time--and ours. Sowell, Thomas Essay Sep 22, 2020 1757
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
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
Them: A Pitch. Tremblay, Paul Short story Sep 22, 2020 885
Boston College Center for Irish Programs. Sep 22, 2020 3215
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
Carmen Maria Machado. Pollard, Kimberly Interview Sep 22, 2020 1086
(Dis)similarity and Identity: On Becoming Quasi-WPA. Hollinger, Andrew; Borgman, Jessie Essay Sep 22, 2020 7869
Grief is the price we pay for love. Sep 21, 2020 1100
Gilda Cordero Fernando, the artist. Obituary Sep 4, 2020 673
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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 888
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
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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
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The Long Winter Verifying Laura Ingalls Wilder's Account of 1880/81. Jul 1, 2020 2280
Lois Lowry. Teisch, Jessica Jul 1, 2020 2416
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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
IN THE TETON RANGE: "YOU SEE A LOT OF CHARITY BUT VERY LITTLE JUSTICE". Price, Austin Jun 22, 2020 1118
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
Interview with Lucy McRobert, author of 365 Days Wild. Peters, Henricus Interview Jun 22, 2020 789
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
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Sylvia Beach: Hemingway's Most Impassioned Supporter. Catan, Wayne Mar 22, 2020 4095
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THE LAST WORD. Roy, Scarlett Mar 1, 2020 526
William Gibson. Teisch, Jessica Critical essay Mar 1, 2020 2643
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
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Ecstatic Others: Transcendent Mutant Bodies in Milligan and Allred's X-Statix. Ferebee, K.M. Critical essay Mar 1, 2020 7020
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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 664
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Vocations. Gomes, Miguel Short story Jan 1, 2020 788
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