Here's a look at what I read in January, from literary fiction, to books about neuroscience, to graphic novels.
The Hugo award deadline is right around the corner, so I’m running a series of posts about this year’s nominees in various categories. Today’s is Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form.
The March trilogy, John Lewis's memoir about the Civil Rights movement, is essential as both a historical work and an introduction to the art of resistance.
If you want the nitty-gritty about Canadian politics, the stories told by former MPs in "Tragedy in the Commons" are a gold mine of information.
It may not have been intended for publication, but Meditations by Marcus Aurelius has become a touchstone since it was first written nearly 2000 years ago.
Facism: A Very Short Introduction is indeed very short, but it's brevity didn't do me any favours. A lot of my questions about politics remain unanswered.