“Who Is that Man? is a superb dissection of one of the most enigmatic figures in modern music.”
“Mr. Halperin’s answer: . . . the lessening of overt discrimination and exclusion has come at a price. Gays have become too like heterosexuals: conventional and boring.”
“. . . we as historians are in debt to the life and work of Dr. Lewis.”
As an historian, this reviewer found reading Notes on a Century an unexpected pleasure.
“. . . would that this book find a larger audience.
“. . . a long song of praise for marijuana and a continued puzzlement as to why the drug remains illegal.”
“. . . explains why, in many cases, the received wisdom on entrepreneurship just isn't the best way of doing things. . . .
“Wonderful writing, wonderful thoughts, and in the end an erudite and informed plea for tolerance and humanism.”
“You will be inspired and encouraged to write your way toward the inherent power of your story—becoming a better writer in the process.”
“Surprise! The Irrationals is a true mathematician’s and historian’s delight, not just another pretty book.”
“Harvey Pekar understood he was part of an imperfect world, and his writing reflects this knowledge.”
“. . . a book to reexamine and rediscover each time its covers are opened.”
“. . . a devotional on the subject of writing. A paean.”
“. . . a swift, unrelenting trip down a shocking rabbit hole of incredible and frightening reality.”
“. . . a challenging read, but one guaranteed to stretch and inform anyone delving into Phi: A Voyage from the Brain to the Soul.”
“Idealistic and impassioned, wide-ranging and concise, pragmatic and eloquent, . . .”
Nearly a half century ago, the Beatles sang,
“. . . fiendishly funny. . . . Dante himself would probably applaud.”
“. . . as sweet and soothing as a Smith Brothers cherry cough drop.”
Hello Goodbye Hello is a perfect daisy chain of acquaintances old and new.
“Fire in the Belly is a book comprised of many dark days. . . . a traffic accident of a thing. Fascinating . . .”
“. . . an ambitious synthesis of factors contributing to a problem affecting all of us.”
“. . . [a] compelling masterpiece . . .”
“. . . falling short on its promise . . . reiterates the familiar arguments . . .”
“Janet Groth is a one-woman cocktail party . . . [a] superb memoir.”
“. . . a love letter to the eponymous designer . . .”
“. . . a needed focus on the complicated debate.”
“. . . it is never too late to reinvent yourself.”