Ruth Ebenstein discusses book deserts, teen literacy, and the work of The Book Truck.
Sarah Blackwood asks: does treating motherhood as a genre in itself limit our reading of books about motherhood?
Adam Novy argues that the alt-right’s favorite philosopher, Jordan Peterson, gives a painfully bad reading to the classics.
Karla Kelsey reviews Catherine Taylor's "You, Me, and the Violence."
Hollis Robbins discusses Chinese scholarship of American literature.
Boris Dralyuk reviews NYRB's "The Pirate Who Does Not Know the Value of Pi” by Eugene Ostashevsky.
Colin Marshall discusses the air quality in Seoul.
Elizabeth Harper visits Zamora to see Spain’s oldest Holy Week celebration.
An American living in Stuttgart points out the uncanny similarities between the Upside Down of "Stranger Things" and Germany's relationship with the US.
Andy Fitch interviews Michael Hardt about his most recent collaboration with Antonio Negri, "Assembly."