Naomi Klein has written a brave book that not only confronts the calamity of climate destabilization, but also examines the crisis’ deep roots in the perverse...Read More
How does one tell an unspeakable story? This question hovers like fog over Lacy M. Johnson’s The Other Side, a memoir about the author’s imprisonment...Read More
Acknowledging the presence of moral ambiguity in Chavez’s history and in his heart could only have made his character, and the movie, more compelling....Read More
Review: James K. Galbraith Separates Fact from Fairy Tale in Bill White’s America’s Fiscal Constitution
Former Houston Mayor Bill White’s book is the history of an idea. It is an idea with deep roots and continuity, one that continues to drive our budget discour...Read More
Cold in July may not be high art, but it triumphs because of the delight it takes in its own mad energy....Read More
Fiction Review: Cristina Henríquez’s The Book of Unknown Americans Complicates the ‘Single Story’ of Latinos in the U.S.
In Texas, at least, Mexican immigration has largely defined the Latino narrative, but Cristina Henríquez’s big-hearted second novel challenges this “single...Read More