Foreword by Chris Jericho:
Artists, Writers, & Musicians
An MWA Grand Master tells it straight:
Ayn Rands complicated notoriety as popular writer, leader of a political and philosophical cult, reviled intellectual, and ostentatious public figure endured beyond her death in 1982. In the 21st century, she has been resurrected as a serious reference point for mainstream figures, especially those on the political right, from Paul Ryan to Donald Trump. Mean …
This stirring, evocative, one-of-a-kind new audiobook from historian and author Geoffrey Giuliano chronicles the legendary scholar, social reformer, activist, and author, the charismatic Dr. Cornel West, in a loving tribute to his great work and exemplary life.
One should accept the truth from whatever source it proceeds. (Maimonides)
The essential account of R. Kellys actions and their consequences, a reckoning two decades in the making
Vincent Van Gogh: A Tortured Artist. An influential figure in the history of Western art.
Smarter in sixty minutes.
For anyone who has ever felt weird or poor or misunderstood or just…weird, well, this is the book for you. Martin chronicles her own bizarre upbringing in such a way that the strangeness of it all manages to still feel universal. She recounts everything from her attempt to manifest an alien invasion (she was just …
Margaretta Matilda Odell’s 1834 Memoir and Poems of Phillis Wheatley is the only substantive early source on Wheatley’s life. Phillis Wheatley (ca. 1753-1784) is considered the first African American poet to write for a transatlantic audience, and her Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral (1773) kindled debates about race.