Greg Barnhisel considers “Resistance: The Underground War Against Hitler, 1939–1945” by Halik Kochanski.
Greg Barnhisel reviews two new books about the history of the CIA.
Greg Barnhisel considers how our stories about the Cold War are evolving from politically urgent realist narratives to a narrative convention itself.
Greg Barnhisel reviews “Smoketown: The Untold Story of the Other Great Black Renaissance.”
IN JOEL WHITNEY'S RESPONSE to my review of his book Finks, which was to be published as a Letter to the Editor here today, but which he preemptively...
Greg Barnhisel reviews two books on the Cultural Cold War.
The publicity game and the death of book reviewing: why the semi-cold opening for "Watchman"?
By founding New Directions Books, James Laughlin shaped an entire chanel of literary history.
Greg Barnhisel reviews the letters of the literary eminence Malcolm Cowley.
Greg Barnhisel reviews the second, less successful, installment of the Rogue Sociologist.
What exactly is “piracy” when it comes to digital content?