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Book Review: ‘The Holy or the Broken’ by Alan Light

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How a song, initially ignored by the record company and the public went on to become one of the most listened to and performed songs in pop music history. Read More »

Why Fiction Matters: Salman Rushdie and The Sea of Stories

Salman Rushdie's novel Haroun and The Sea of Stories offers us insight into why we read. Read More »

Book Review: Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie

Another masterpiece from Salman Rushdie, involving India and its children, weaving history with magical realism. Read More »

Book Review: The Enchantress of Florence by Salman Rushdie

An enchanting tale of the East and West and the woman who traversed them, written in post-modern magic realism. Read More »

DVD Review: Bill Moyers: On Faith & Reason

A fascinating look at the topic. Read More »

Book Review: Luka And The Fire Of Life by Salman Rushdie

Just because a story has been told a thousand times before doesn't mean it can't have a different ending. Read More »