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Book Review: ‘Love and Other Ways of Dying’ by Michael Paterniti

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Each essay explores what it means to be alive, and feel. In the aggregate, the essays provide over 400 pages of the best reading today. Throughout, we are reminded that both beauty and loss can help us remain whole. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Residual Media’ Edited by Charles R. Acland

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Explores the various forms of media that have come and gone over the course of the past century. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Early Decision’ by Lacy Crawford

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Admissions into college prove to be more painful and difficult than many understand, yet when the time comes there is help available for those who can afford it. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Essays in Biography’ by Joseph Epstein

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Epstein writes about subjects as varied as George Washington and Michael Jordan with erudite style. Read More »

Book Review: The Treasury of Joy and Inspiration, Edited by the Editors of Reader’s Digest

Reader’s Digest publishes a book of the most moving stories and essays that have been published in the magazine over the years. Read More »

Book Review: Crazy Salad and Scribble Scribble: Some Things About Women and Notes on Media by Nora Ephron

The wit and wisdom of Nora Ephron's world as a New York journalist remain fresh and funny. Read More »

Book Review: Engagement from Scratch! How Super-Community Builders Create a Loyal Audience and How You Can Do the Same! by Danny Iny

Engagement from Scratch! is rich with wisdom from some of the most well-known marketers in the business. Read More »

Book Review: Rich People Things: Real-Life Secrets of the Predator Class by Chris Lehmann

Rich People Things showcases 19 provocative essays skewerimg the sacred cows of the rich. Read More »

Book Review: The Way the World Works: Essays by Nicholson Baker

In this new collection of essays, Nicholson Baker’s observing eye lives up to its title with dryly inquisitive humor. Read More »

Book Review: Beginning To See The Light: Sex, Hope and Rock-and-Roll and No More Nice Girls: Countercultural Essays by Ellen Willis

Two reissued books feature some of the best essays of rock critic and social observer Ellen Willis. Read More »