This Friday marks a special date for me – the release of the German version of my new book with Silke Helfrich — Frei, Fair und Lebendig: Die Macht der Commons — published by transcript Verlag. The English version — Free, Fair and Alive: The Insurgent Power of the Commons – will be published in September by New Society Publishers.
Evelio’s Garden is a beautiful and inspiring book about a naturalist who moved from the USA to Costa Rica. She shares her experiences about her connection with the environment and her friendship with a gardener that helps them both deal with profound personal changes in their lives. Sherri Rosen: How long have you…
It turns out there really is a celebratory day for everything (yes, we’re still enjoying yesterday’s International Cat Day moment), and 9 August is no exception. Happy Book Lovers Day!
This book by Stuart J. Eisendrath, MD reminds us of the power of our own minds.
For authors and their reader-communities, has conventional book publishing become obsolete or at least grossly inefficient and overpriced?
How the Creative Spirit Transforms the World
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and New World Library asked me to review Beneath the Surface: A Teen’s Guide to Reaching Out When You or Your Friend Is in Crisis by Kristi Hugstad, their most recent release, which launched on September 10 in honor of World Suicide Prevention day. (New World’s previous publications include…
Why we should be passionate about our passions.
Prepare to get lost in this beautiful and exciting read.
The importance of teaching our sons about both.
It is the foundation of learning but boys are falling behind when it comes to reading.
Opening worlds to our children through reading.
A husband-wife team tackles toxic masculinity with a new book of heroes for boys.
By showing us a world from which mothers are largely absent, Mary Shelley reminds us that the genius of motherhood lies less in biological reproduction than in the capacity to love.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie presents another insightful, and highly readable, essay by a remarkably gifted author.
So good you’ll want to read it more than once!