I had been calling Citizens United the worst Supreme Court decision of the past 50 years in its likely social devastation. But perhaps I was mistaken. Maybe Citizens just confirmed what America had already become.
The author takes a creative approach to getting his book into the hands of readers.
Remembering novelist Robert Stone, who died on January 10.
We are all people. We all share this planet and this trip. I do not know how to stop us from killing one another, but I have an idea about how to stop in those being terrorized the desire to bust down other people’s doors in retaliation.
Reflecting on the exchange of season's greetings — for more than 40 years in some cases.
The work of underground artist S. Clay Wilson has been compared to Breughel’s and has hung in museums beside Bosch. An alphabet series connected with his illustrations of Hans Christian Andersen and the Brothers Grimm has just been published.
Should there be a mutually respected statute of attenuation when it comes to the dissemination of bad news?
North Philadelphia's corner stores, often sites of social, racial, and economic tension, become the unlikely focus of an interdisciplinary, interracial, and intergenerational art project.
No lions, no tigers, no bears, but wow! 'Communitas' is coming.
Finding justice for Dwaine Tinsley: If I was not a writer with my peculiar interests; if I had not practiced workers’ compensation law; if that client had not become disgruntled. . . .