Tim Gebhart lives in Sioux Falls, SD, where he practices law in order to provide shelter for his family, his dogs, and his books. He is a member of the National Book Critics Circle and his blog de guerre is A Progressive on the Prairie.
People, concerts and bestselling records among second edition of pop and rock music events for each day of the year.
Scarlett Thomas ponders immorality, simulated universes, and the "storyless story" in her latest novel.
Award-winning novelist Richard Powers explores whether happiness is a matter of genetics and, if so, the potential ramifications.
Meticulously researched book on formation of Boy Scouts suggests founders wanted movement to have strong principles of pacifism.
American journalist's open discussion of being held captive by the Taliban shows readers the human aspect of his experience.
Leo Tolstoy biography provides more context and analysis of writer's life and work than its size might suggest.
Female participants on Red Army's Long March also contributed to freeing Chinese women from the bounds of tradition.
Colombian author's first novel translated into English explores forgotten effects of World War II on his nation.
First unabridged English translation of 1937 German novel provides detailed look at life in post-World War I Germany.
Firsthand account of Armenian genocide aims to commemorate its victims while it tells their story.