Steven Horwitz writes of the fragility of children… a hundred years ago.
That time when Ray Bradbury was lectured that he didn’t understand his own book, and five other misunderstood books.
Cracked looks at suicide in the Age of Twitter.
Peter Schellhase discusses the conservative vision of Hayao Miyazaki.
John McWhorter argues that we need to start accepting a paradigm-shift in writing, that people are going to start writing more how they speak.
Ever want to know what A Wrinkle in Time would look like in map form?
Harold Bloom takes on The Weight. It’s definitely one of those songs that has stood the test of time.
Robert Greene II looks at Tom Clancy and the techno-thrillers, and what they say about their audiences.