'MFA vs NYC' investigates the relationship between creativity and collectivity
The most important question of this collection of essays isn't related to its central binary so much as to the broader question of how we consider the relationship between creativity and collectivity.
John Judis answers his conservative critics.
The former Defense Secretary: Indignant, effective, and often wrong.
Robert Gates was one of the most effective secretaries of defense in recent history. He was also one of the most restrained—until now.
A psychologist explains why a little bit of narcissism may be good for you.
A new book explores the man behind the recluse in the woods.
And why we need literary scholarship to reunite with literary criticism
Why literary scholarship should reunite with literary criticism.
George Eliot may have been born in the last year of George III’s reign, but her life story reads like a 1970s feminist coming-of-age tale.
Would readers be better off plumbing Wikipedia?
Except these people
The wary silence surrounding Amazon has ended up forcing a small handful of voices to serve as mouthpieces for the industry at large.
You may love these authors, but boy oh boy are these books doozies.