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Interview: Elizabeth Pisani, Author Of The Wisdom Of Whores And HIV/AIDS Advocate

"If we don't spend the money on those most at risk what are we really doing to stop the spread of the disease?" Read More »

Book Review: From Beirut to Jerusalem by Thomas L. Freidman, and Absurdistan by Gary Shteyngart

A cartoonish satire amplifies the most salient revelations from a non-fictional and nuanced consideration of the political and social climate in the Middle East. Read More »

Book Review: This Land is Their Land – Reports from a Divided Nation by Barbara Ehrenreich

An important book about the social condition in the U.S., This Land is Their Land should be read by every American. Read More »

Book Review: Blood River – A Journey to Africa’s Broken Heart by Tim Butcher

Takes you gently through the 20th-century horror ride that is the history of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Read More »

Book Review: A History of Modern Britain by Andrew Marr

Andrew Marr challenges my impression of a bland and lifeless post-war Britain. Read More »

BC Radio Live: Filmmaker Katy Chevigny and Authors Ed Strosser and Michael Prince

From presidential elections to bird guano... Read More »

Interview with Phyllis Zimbler Miller, Author of Mrs. Lieutenant

"I’ve wanted to write this book for 38 years, ever since I was a new Mrs. Lieutenant in the spring of 1970 during the Vietnam War." Read More »

Book Review: The Spanish Inquisition – An Historical Revision by Henry Kamen

Details the ideology, processes and consequences of an infamous pursuit of religious purity. Read More »

Book Review – American Earth: Environmental Writing Since Thoreau – Edited by Bill McKibben

"In wildness is the preservation of the world," said Thoreau. Environmental writing wages war on exploitation in this sublime anthology. Read More »

Book Review: The Good Terrorist by Doris Lessing

A look inside the revolution, tea-cosies and all. As relevant and compelling as when it was first published. Read More »