Non-Fiction

Digital Barbarism (Hard Cover)

“The new digital barbarism is, in its language, comportment, thoughtlessness, and obeisance to force and power, very much like the old. And like the old, and every form of tyranny, hard or soft, it is most vulnerable to a bright light shone upon it. To call it for what it is, to examine it… Learn more >

 

Digital Barbarism (Soft Cover)

“The new digital barbarism is, in its language, comportment, thoughtlessness, and obeisance to force and power, very much like the old. And like the old, and every form of tyranny, hard or soft, it is most vulnerable to a bright light shone upon it. To call it for what it is, to examine it… Learn more >

 

Recollecting Dante’s Divine Comedy in the Novels of Mark Helprin. By Barry Craig and Sara Macdonald

“In their own imitation of Dante’s Virgil, MacDonald and Craig rescue novelist Mark Helprin from the thicket of shallow misinterpretation and present him in all his philosophic depth while preserving his artistic splendor. Without a trace of didacticism, they explore some of Helprin… Learn more >