Book review: With Why Solange Matters, London-based Stephanie Phillips (music journalist and frontwoman of the punk trio Big Joanie) gives voice to all the listeners, journalists and fellow creatives whose art owes its change to Solange Knowles.
Book review: Written in 1993 and set in the 2020s, The Parable of the Sower shares a common thread with Catholic social teaching: the spark of hope that we can survive amid catastrophe and do this by caring for our communities.
Book review: In Until the End of Time, Greene argues that much of what is generally outside the domain of physics, like arguments or ideas, are nothing but particles set in motion. If that's true, how can he even make an argument?
Book review: What better analogy for the individual people, countries and cultures brought together in the body of Christ than a choir, brought together in glorifying song? This book by 80 Black writers and 10 Black poets vividly traces the community history of Black America.