Historian Michael Veach traces bourbon’s heritage in ‘Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey’
Michael Veach stands up from behind the stacks of books on the table and clinks a pocketknife against a snifter glass.
In new book, reporter Jonathan Katz examines what went wrong
As the only full-time U.S.
Commentator loses focus on his path
‘Every Day is an Atheist Holiday’
Written by Penn Jillette. Blue Rider Press; 288 pgs., $25.95.
A new view of the real Franz Kafka
‘Kafka in Love’
By Jacqueline Raoul-Duval. Other Press; 288 pgs., $15.95.
What keeps the bonds of family strong? Security, trust and support rank high, of course. But many would also add that a sense of place is important.
Brian Michael Till has interviewed some of the most powerful people on the planet
For most soon-to-be college graduates, the road often traveled involves either a summer backpacking through a foreign country or worrying about how to pay off their Titanic-sized student loan debt.
10 cool books to cozy up with this winter
By Alice Munro
Knopf, 319 pgs., $26.95
A look at rhetoric and how to speak like a world leader
‘Words Like Loaded Pistols: Rhetoric from Aristotle to Obama’
By Sam Leith. Basic Books; 312 pgs., $26.99.
A local artist and musician’s fresh start
Carrie Neumayer has pursued three things over the past 15 years and has learned that, sometimes, something’s got to give.
Misha Feigin releases a new book of poetry
Can you walk in my skin?
How simple a simple meaning
Can be when what you think
You are is trapped in the solitary