Abram Bergen is a logophile, thinker, reader, and writer. His research/writing interests include gender and sexuality issues, hybridity and identity politics, secular ethics, and ecosensitive technologies and lifestyles. His day job keeps him too much removed from the world of ideas and words.
The poetry in Something About the Blues is beautiful, captivating, painful, powerful, sometimes soothing, and often thought-provoking. Highly recommended.
A serious and hilarious guide to surviving the public spectacle in finance and politics.
A beautifully designed, well-written, thorough guide to the ecohouse. Much recommended as both an inspiration and a technical guide.
A fascinating, powerful, and engaging narrative told in a remarkably straightforward and balanced way.
Whether you are a newshound, student, journalist, or writer, this handy guide to news websites should save you a great deal of time.
An excellent resource and primer for anyone interested in getting into advertising, with insight into its history and major players.
Teeth is, whatever one's stylistic preferences, an important collection of poems. Girmay's is a bold and fresh voice in poetry.
A near Utopian vision of human transformation and evolution through immersion in virtual worlds.
A wonderful journey behind the science of air through a series of biographical narratives to be read and re-read.
If David Livingstone Smith's analysis in this book is correct, then we all should read it: it is that important.