Books and Culture
In Janet McKenzie's "The Holy Family" the unknown reality of first-century peasants has been transposed into another key.
John Thorndikes wrenching memoir chronicles the year he cared for his Alzheimer's-afflicted father.
Diane Ackerman has long been a prolific observer of the myriad wonders of nature.
With her novel 'Angel Time' Anne Rice has, perhaps unintentionally, written a roman clef.
The journeyman actor's turn as a country crooner in “Crazy Heart” is the perfect marriage of media hype and craftsmanship.