Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews The Song My Enemies Sing by James Reich. (Anti-Oedipus Press)
Patrick A. Howell interviews Tyehimba Jess, the Pulitzer Prize winner who inverts the poetry of hip hop and summons the ancestors.
Leo Daedalus endures the worst, most injurious jokes so you don’t have to. One joke even sent him to the hospital.
As part of The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program, Cara Barnard (age 11) extols the benefit of reading, especially in a mostly electronic world.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Jimbo Yojimbo by David W. Barbee. (Eraserhead Press)
Netflix’s Bodyguard wonderfully intersperses the British worlds of politeness and extreme violence in a manner that skirts the boundaries of genius.
Catherine Howard may have been married to Henry VIII, but history has not been kind to her. Maybe she needs to lawyer up.
The final part of this four-part series has Ray thinking he has a kidney stone, trying to game the social security system, and then going to court because of it.
Halloween is again upon us, but those who assume it’s a holiday for children are very much mistaken. It’s our excuse to dress up. But why?