Photo of C.S. Lewis's The Abolition of Man © Caleb Woods; public domain

Me and F. Scott Against the World

Oct 20, 2011

Essay by Jay Owens

At its worst, contemporary online style bears a disturbing resemblance to the cheery falseness of advertising.

Why I Write, Authors | Read More

Errol Morris Takes on the Tabloids

Oct 14, 2011

Film Review by Fran Cronin

As McKinney herself says, 'If you tell a lie enough times, you come to believe it.'

Journalism, Screen Time | Read More

Don’t Take Away My David Bowie

Oct 03, 2011

Book Review by Martha Nichols

He wore a blue jumpsuit with flames over his crotch. He swirled a yellow cape on one arm, amid dancers dressed in spider-webbed leotards.

Book Reviews, Music, Sex | Read More

Great Writers and Bad Teaching

Sep 05, 2011

Feature by Michael Milburn

Maybe the best measure of my education is the fact that I have kept on writing.

Teaching, Book Reviews | Read More

Spenser Gets the Last Word

Jul 04, 2011

Book Review by Martha Nichols

Fictional detective heroes aren’t bound by the normal laws of space and time.

Book Reviews | Read More