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dennis-loo's picture
A rousing critique of the rise to dominance of the belief that market forces and unfettered individualism should direct all matters in society - a recipe for disaster for both the individual and the society. The book covers tremendous ground and is pitched at the highest level of rigor but is...
mariette-ana-papic's picture
Divided into three parts and featuring illustrations done by the artist, Electric Bathtub Psalms is a mixture of ideas regarding love, loss and myriad forms of diaspora. The Electric Bathtub referenced comes to signify the body, the world under the influence of technology and the integration of...
bryant-simon's picture
  Everything but the Coffee casts a fresh eye on the world's most famous coffee company and looks beyond baristas, movie cameos, and Paul McCartney CDs to understand what Starbucks can tell us about America. Bryant Simon spent five years visiting hundreds of Starbucks around the world to ask,...
heather-s-derr-smith's picture
"In The Bride Minaret Heather Derr-Smith explores the complex and difficult realities of our global world more comprehensively and comprehendingly than most American poets consider even attempting. Often paying close attention to those displaced and/or disconnected from the society around them...