Column by Joshua Isard July 1, 2022
An examination of Hesse's magnum opus, and how it can help artists approach modern issues.
Column by Michael David Wilson January 18, 2022
Lessons learnt from the Stoics that will help improve your writing.
Column by Michael David Wilson September 27, 2021
How you can use the wisdom of Alan Watts to improve your writing, creativity, and life.
Column by Gabriel Hart
A quote-riddled cheat sheet for the French philosopher's treatise on some of literature's most prominent renegades.
Column by Jessica Marie Baumgartner
Universal truths are what every writer seeks, and Confucius specialized in them.
Column by Michael David Wilson April 19, 2017
A selection of podcasts that will not only help you grow as a writer but as a human being.
Column by Leah Dearborn November 25, 2015
The holidays are a marvelous time to contemplate the futility of existence.
Column by Leah Dearborn May 19, 2015
At its heart, the Linguistic Turn is an attempt to make a map of human thought through language. How far beyond the horizon can our words travel? How finite is thought?
Review by Ed Sikov
A brilliant new novel in which dogs receive the gift and curse of human intelligence.
Review by Joshua Chaplinsky
A guide to the extreme present. The internet in book form.
Review by Leah Dearborn
J.W. Ironmonger's ambitious and contemplative novel prompts readers to reconsider the small coincidences in their lives.
News by Dean Fetzer September 18, 2013
An apparent “unreasonable critique” of Immanuel Kant’s work led to one man shooting another in a shop. In Russia.