Tag: review

Where, O Where Are the Fat Royalty Checks

My short review of E.L. Doctorow’s essay collection Jack London, Hemingway, and the Constitutionappears in Contemporary Literary Criticism, to be published by Thomson Gale later this year. Lest anyone think that reviewing books can make you rich, my reprint check came to $17.75 — just barely covering the cost of the book itself.

New Reviews

I’ve added three new book reviews: Fritjof Capra’s The Web of Life, a study of the shift from mechanistic to systems thinking taking place in the sciences; Gail Bernice Holland’s A Call for Connection, a survey of new ideas and trends pointing to the emergence of a more holistic worldview in the West; and George Lakoff’s Moral Politics, […]