An author's battle with where he grew up, who he is, and where he's at.
A palpable and fruitful recant of decades of union fights for decent worker rights.
One of the most prescient books at this point in time shows who covered up the climate catastrophe and why.
A anecdotal collection of stories of how art and crime are more often used to launder money than display beauty.
A book of letters, biography, and ideas based in correspondence, speeches, and interviews, 1988-2020.
An enchanting and richly woven thesis in book form that does its title justice.
My review of this beautiful semi-fictional novel.
My review of Keefe's brilliant dissection of the Sackler opioid-epidemic legacy.