"The Dispossessed" was my introduction to Le Guin, and it left me wanting more.
There is no writer on earth like Rebecca Solnit. No one combines the clarity and precision of her prose with such love of her fellow human beings and the human condition in general. Solnit reminds us what we should be fighting for, largely by telling the stories of those who already are or were on … Continue reading Call Them by Their True Names, by Rebecca Solnit
Anthony Gottlieb's "The Dream of Reason" traces the history of Western thought from the Pre-Socratics to the Enlightenment.
Sally Roony’s Conversations with Friends is an emotional roller coaster, and a rich, well-constructed tapestry of modern personhood.
Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch is a remarkable read, full of life, love, and regret.
Malcolm Harris’s paints a damning picture of the times we live in, and how we got here.