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Bryan McCarthy
A Columbia professor comes clean about his casual drug use—and thinks the rest of us should think more about harm reduction than eradication when it comes to addictive substances.
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Mary Grace Mangano
Novelist and editor Christopher Beha discusses faith, writing and great literature with Mary Grace Mangano.
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Angela Alaimo O'Donnell
Writing in honor of Dante and in conversation with him, Angela O'Donnell recognizes the enormous impact his imagination had on our worldview.
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Benjamin Ivry
Gustave Flaubert's prose reflects a lifetime of grappling with religious and spiritual themes. He saw his Catholicism as a singular form of asceticism, allied to his vocation as a writer.
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Tom Deignan
Faulkner’s Southern twist on Joycean modernism has made for popular reading in the wake of the U.S. Capitol insurrection and other spasms of red-state rage.
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Christiana Zenner
Katharine Hayhoe's new book is a conversational, first-person narrative that melds the social science around climate change attitudes and communication into a framework and set of stories that readers can access and relate to.