Read here an excerpt from Edmund de Waal’s book and watch an exclusive interview with him.
Reading I Have a Voice will inspire you to show up fully, be seen, and live your life to the fullest.
Eric Franklin’s Peanut Butter Principles is an eminently readable book that contains terrific nuggets of wisdom for parents and children alike.
The corruption that props up the powerful world of money is the topic of John leCarré’s novel, “Our Kind of Traitor.”
In his book, Taylor Branch goes deep into what it was like to live in the age of the Dr. himself.
When the race relations portrayed in a book written more than 50 years ago are still all too familiar, it can be a wake-up call. — Books that deal with alternative histories may be one of the most under-appreciated genres. The phrase “oldie but goodie” is definitely an apt description for my latest read, The…
Jordan Gray says that reading these five books is the fastest possible way you can improve your relationship to yourself and your partner.
When food becomes a spiritual experience…
This week Jesse Kornbluth is revisiting some of the culture that influenced him as I wrote “Married Sex.” Perhaps the greatest was Somerset Maugham, who was, for a time, the world’s highest paid writer. There was a good reason: He wrote in the first person, like someone talking to a friend. In “Cakes and Ale,” Maugham not only does that, he doesn’t condemn a woman for liking sex. Three cheers for all of that.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews a book about food, family, and Morris Wizenberg’s father.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews a book that lays down the truth about climate change.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews a book on marriage that covers it all.
With his new book, Author Mel White paints a chilling, but uplifting picture of the ethereal struggle for love and acceptance in the real world fight for equality and justice.
Rob Watson reviews new books by Barney Frank and Michelangelo Signorile. Together he finds them to be almost biblical in how they bridge the chronicle of family equality, the civil rights movement of our time.
We may not always been impressed, but when we are, we take it as far as it can go.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews the incredible memoir of a former meth addict, an HIV positive man, and a survivor of life’s trials.