“brilliant, indispensable, and highly accessible . . . examination of the inner undemocratic workings of a U.S.
Anna Feigenbaum’s Tear Gas: From the Battlefields of WWI to the Streets of Today is a poignant inquiry into the relationship between a corporate-capitalist system of governing and its implic
The anticipation, expectation, and reality of this book, given its jacket cover and title, does not equate on many levels.
"Spoiler Alert is a splendid memoir. A love story, lovingly told."
“this isn’t the usual tearjerker cancer story. It is a gleefully offensive cancer story. It is the Blazing Saddles of cancer stories.”
A half century ago, Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously declared in Jacobellis v.
“Each poem is an invitation to join the songs still playing in his head where reflection, nostalgia, and love are bound.”
“I didn’t read her book. All those reviews . . .” said a 60-something man.
“I never liked her. She’s too pompous,” said a middle-aged woman.
"This work makes for thought provoking good reading including finding much lost history."
“Thousands is an experimental confession that discards pedestrian forms to challenge the reader with unique, creative points of view to discover the writer within.
“This courageous memoir is a worthy addition to the growing trans canon.”
“a gift that feeds those who wish to sing and long to write.”
“the ultimate guide to A-List brands for men who can afford this luxury.”
Imagine this. You and your wife have always enjoyed a loving and open relationship with your three daughters.
Khizr Khan and his wife Ghazala exploded into the national consciousness during the 2016 presidential elections.
“a brilliant and deeply informed must-read for anyone seriously interested in geopolitics, the history of Empire, and the shape of the future.”
“a beautifully crafted, informative book about a period, place, and people in history that fascinate . . .”
“Lynn Powell transforms experience and language itself into a revelation . . .”
A funny thing one comes across when reading biographies about Russian revolutionaries is how bourgeois nearly all of their lives were.
In the Beat Generation tribe, Robert Frank was the odd man out.
“Catwalking is a very personal and intimate chronicle . . .”
Bystander: A History of Street Photography is a book that defies easy description.
Rarely does a reader get to enjoy the sensation of sheer joy while being reminded that there are indeed many reasons to buy, own, and read a book.
“a welcomed look into an insightful photographer.”
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