Author of The Most Dangerous Book: The Battle for James Joyce's Ulysses
What exactly made Ulysses so dangerous? Like an eye into the future, this difficult, all-consuming book still seems radical almost a century after its publication.
Aug. 28, 2014from Bookworm
Kevin Birmingham delves into the history of censorship surrounding the publication of James Joyce’s Ulysses for its seemingly seditious, immoral content.
Aug. 21, 2014from Bookworm
This week, you can: Meet the colorful designer Gere Kavanaugh; hear about how architects slay dragons (and other reasons why you should hire one); listen to the art of acoustic…
May. 20from Design and Architecture
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about their history and L.A.
May. 23from Art Talk
The stories in Heads of the Colored People, by Nafissa Thompson-Spires, try to capture what’s human in what otherwise may only be trends.
May. 9from Bookworm
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp says it’s tough to imagine a more timely and enthralling show
May. 16from Art Talk
Historical drama director Edward Zwick talks unlikely allies in "Trial By Fire".
May. 24from The Treatment
This is Rob Long and on today’s Martini Shot I talk about serial killers and families living together and all of the ways writers have of making the job a little easier and the viewer…
May. 22from Martini Shot
An episode where Jeff finds little things on the forest floor and hands them to you...metaphorically speaking.
May. 22from Here Be Monsters
About the interdependence between humans and trees, Richard Powers found a place for the non-human in literary fiction with his new book, The Overstory .
May. 23from Bookworm
The trend in broadcast TV for the past couple of years has been to go all-in on reboots and revivals.
May. 21from Screengrab