Following decades of silence, Sly Stone releases his own words in book form.
On a silent retreat, meditation, yoga, writing, sex, and life come into a head and leaves it via these words.
A wondrous trip through Camus, covering many of his thoughts of human life while painting a magnificent portrait of a person whose mind is desperately needed in this time.
A radiant mesh of voices paint a wondrous, funny, and harrowing image of Anthony Bourdain.
My review Matzen's straightforward, stuffy, and interesting book about the later part of Audrey Hepburn's life, focusing on her humanitarian work.
My review of Daniel de Visé's straightforward biography of B.B. King.
The latest urgent book of interviews with Noam Chomsky also includes words from Robert Pollin and Ha-Joon Chang.
An extremely wild and entertaining adventure about humanity, life, and death. Men, huh?
An interesting and slightly nauseating view of P. Orridge's life.
Kicking against the pricks (and other stuff), O'Connor has created a beautiful, jagged, funny, and harrowing autobiography.
A concise book around ACT UP, the HIV and AIDS epidemic, and resistence against annihilation.
An introspective and mind-broadening book by a psychoanalyst who writes of other books.
Terrific writing from a masterful historian makes this another great addition to the pantheon of books about World War II and human nature.
This is a masterpiece about the human condition, in graphic-novel form.