The Granta podcast
Like most baby boomers, I intermittently fall into the trap of believing something I have witnessed never to have existed until the moment I witnessed it.
‘Listen, Whitey! The Sights and Sounds of Black Power 1965-1975’
By Pat Thomas. Fantagraphics; 204 pgs., $39.99.
New interpretations of the Swedish poet
‘The Deleted World’ By Tomas Tranströmer, translated by Robin Robertson. Farrar, Straus & Giroux; 41 pgs., $13.
An interview with the little brown Rustic Frog couch
In an exclusive interview, LEO Weekly caught up with the veteran brown couch from Southern Indiana’s friendly neighborhood strip club and swamp, the Rustic Frog.
By Sarah Ivens. Mini Moff Musings; 232 pgs., $12.
What to read on the beach? It’s the age-old question of vacationing hordes across the world. Personally, I’ve never been a fan of reading in the sand.
Tolstoy succinctly captured the essence of so much great fiction with the observation, “All happy families resemble one another; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” And tho
‘The Economist Culture’ and ‘Intelligence Squared’
People keep asking me, “How in Sam Stinkin’ Hell do you have time to listen to all of these podcasts?”
'Thinking, Fast and Slow’
‘Thinking, Fast and Slow’
By Daniel Kahneman. Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 499 pgs., $30.
Chef Edward Lee grills author Brian T. Atkinson
I’ll Be Here in the Morning
By Brian T. Atkinson. Texas A&M; 272 pgs., $24.95.