Two books take Trump’s authoritarian impulses with a sense of alarm.
Noam Chomsky discusses his latest co-authored book, “Consequences of Capitalism: Manufacturing Discontent and Resistance.”
The death of Stanley Crouch leaves America’s intellectual culture less interesting, less imaginative, and, above all else, less artful.
David Masciotra makes the case for a major critical reappraisal of Patti Smith.
Trump’s true aesthetic is not reality TV but the sad and lonely paintings of Edward Hopper.
JAMES LEE BURKE — the rare winner of two Edgar awards — belongs in the equally rare category of crime writers who consistently elevate...