by Bill Goldstein
A revelatory narrative of the intersecting lives and works of revered authors Virginia Woolf, T. S. Eliot, E. M. Forster and D. H. Lawrence during 1922.
by Kevin Cook
The story of six ordinary ballplayers whose paths crossed in the 1947 World Series—and the ways that epic October changed their lives.
by Frederick Crews
From the master of Freud debunkers, the book that definitively puts an end to the myth of psychoanalysis and its creator.
by Elsa Hart
Sudden darkness, and the disappearance of the sun, speaks to us…of abandonment, disorder, and apocalypse. A predicted eclipse is another matter.
by Jack Kelly
The Erie Canal was indeed a paragon of public works. But although it exemplifies possibilities, the canal also reminds us of pitfalls.
American recreational camping history has its share of legendary popularizers, including John Muir and Theodore Roosevelt. But some of the people who helped transform or popularize pleasure camping in America have fallen into obscurity; chances are you’ve never even heard of these innovators unless you are a history-minded camping nerd like me. It’s time to give these American originals their due.