Ray Raphael’s new book Constitutional Myths is about how average folks, scholars, and Supreme Court justices misunderstand the Constitution as a result of incomplete or selective knowledge of its origins and the beliefs of those responsible for its creation. Continue reading
Last year David David Katzman released his second novel, the psychedelic fairytale A Greater Monster, and he did so with a highly successful Kickstarter campaign. Part of the reward system for funding A Greater Monster was that Katzman would write each contributor a stream of consciousness letter inspired by that person’s name or a story suggestion from them. Katzman has now taken the best 65 of these letters and packaged them together along with some weird and whimsical artwork from illustrator Mike Wilgus into one gorgeous and utterly unique work he calls The Kickstarter Letters.
“I’m far more interested in the little picture than I am in the big picture.” Continue reading
Professor John Corvino drives home the point—seemingly untenable to some—that homosexual and heterosexual relationships are (for better and worse, for richer or poorer, and in sickness and in health) not that different from each other. Continue reading
The Beatles once said, “I get by with a little help from my friends.” That may be true if you’re tripping on acid, but writing is a solitary sport. Continue reading
Where else are you going to get used copies of famous literature to keep in your apartment to impress people? Continue reading