Category Archives: Books
I have seen many reviews of Prometheus, but very few good ones. Most professional reviewers do not fall into the demographic that best understands the film. So far, the most eager fans of the movie that I’ve met have been … Continue reading
Jeff Sharlet, religion journalist and author of The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power came to the University of North Alabama on September 16th, 2011 to talk about his new book, Sweet Heaven When I Die. … Continue reading
By Marc Mitchell During my freshman year of high school, fresh off an assigned (and traumatic) reading of Elie Wiesel’s Night, I was presented with a choice: Ayn Rand or Kurt Vonnegut.
Hey, galactic hitchhikers! Yesterday was the day you were supposed to take a towel everywhere you went in celebration of the life and work of Douglas Adams. If you forgot, or if you were subject to security screening going in … Continue reading
Sir, Thanks for keeping me entertained during the sheer boredom of a tank table. My copy of Honor of the Queen still smells like Kuwait. I am pleased with the first two chapters of your next book, Mission of Honor, … Continue reading