A review of Cormac McCarthy’s two final novels, The Passenger and Stella Maris. Brilliant stories, brilliantly told about the deeply human quest for meaning.
In the novel Trust, Hernan Diaz demonstrates that hearing a story that seems believable and plausible is not sufficient to know it is true. We need to hear the other side.
In her superb novel, Moses, Man of the Mountain, Zora Neale Hurston blends the biblical story, folklore, and the legacy of southern slavery.
Social Creature is a keen window of insight into our world, a crime novel about two young adults that merely want to live life to the fullest.
A dystopian science fiction novel and a Russian short story help us focus on what matters most.
A detective series on Masterpiece Theater (PBS) that emphasizes mercy and human dignity.
Piranesi is a novel that tells a delightfully imaginative story and invites us to ask questions that need serious reflection.
First Cow is a reimagined western, a delightful film that will change how you see.
Till We Have Faces is a fascinating, well-told story by C. S. Lewis designed to prompt questions. Don’t just notice the questions — live in them.