The Atlantic’s Photos of the Week are a perpetually shocking reminder to me that it’s a great big world after all, and not just a human one, and that the nightly dramas being played on […]
I often find myself in the position of being an apologist for Japan. I don’t want to be, but a conjuncture of factors often compels it. For one, after so much time there, I have […]
Part 1 of my occult mystery, FEAST OF SHADOWS, is immediately available for pre-order. The book will be released in 30 days, on July 19th. It’s safe to say there’s nothing like it on the […]
The work of Polish artist and graphic designer Igor Morski, who uses his art to comment on the state of Western society and the world, is a kind of mix of surrealist painting and editorial […]
Everyone uses the slippery slope argument when it suits them and opposes it when it doesn’t. It was used by the Left against the partial-birth abortion ban in 2003. It was used by the Right […]
Every time we sit another Congress, I inexplicably think of this painting by Vito Campanella.
Politics is a professional sport. It has regularly scheduled contests in which score is kept and a winner is declared. It has annual seasons full of masterful plays and career-ending catastrophes. It has a daily […]