Books & Arts
Jim Jarmusch’s vampire movie, 'Only Lovers Left Alive,' goes right where Jonathan Glazer’s critically acclaimed 'Under the Skin' goes wrong.
Fest’s absorbing memoir is an unprecedented attempt to take American audiences deep into Hitler’s Germany from the point of view of Germans who rejected Hitler.
A book on four U.S. clerics who were involved in an early-twentieth-century theological controversy that sent Catholic intellectuals scrambling for cover.
To mark the three-hundredth anniversary of the birth of Padre Junípero Serra, two new critical biographies of the pioneering California missionary.
Vivian Maier was so obscure that her first public notice was a death announcement. Now she has the world wondering why she hid hundreds of photographs.
James Martin, SJ, wants to look at Jesus through the lens of his own education, prayer, and experience on pilgrimage in the Holy Land.
Two new collections of poetry from Geoffrey G. O'Brien and Spencer Reece both resist the "open-ended and often sloppy free-verse form of much contemporary poetry."
i was like a small bird / pecking near a gate / when i went in search of twigs—
Gates saw himself as a manager working to get things done. But managerial skills used in the service of getting the wrong things done is of little help to anybody.
The central problem in most modern famines was never an absolute lack of food. At issue was distribution.
Atypical work for the whimsical and aesthetic Wes Anderson, or another journey further into 'Andersonland'?