Category: book review


Book Review: Ask a Suffragist

“…the very qualities that make art powerful make it inherently risky. Art is vulnerable. When Julia Ward Howe started publishing her work, she revealed both her hidden virtues and her ugliest biases. Art is...


Book Review: Born to Change the World

I am not sure where I first heard of Brad Wilcox.  I confess that reading about him in his book profiles left me uninterested in his work because of this one item: “He speaks...