The year’s notable fiction, poetry and nonfiction, selected by the editors of The New York Times Book Review.”
The New York Times – Hayao Miyazaki Prepares to Cast One Last Spell – “No artist has explored the contradictions of humanity as sympathetically and critically as the Japanese animation legend. Now, at 80, he’s coming out of retirement with another movie.
FOLLOW THE SCIENCE: Study shows possible bias, ‘nepotistic behavior’ in some science journals.
“From Dirt to Soil” is well worth a read — and very hopeful, a good thing these days
Albrecht Dürer was a 16th-century Andy WarholThe Spectator
Strange Rumblings: The Prickly but Productive Friendship Between Hunter Thompson and Oscar Acosta Los Angeles Review of Books