Articles of Note

Faber in the 1960s. The atmosphere at T.S. Eliot's publishing house was much like the man himself--old, grand, and glowering. It's where Mary-Kay Wilmers got her start... more »

New Books

In praise of Cynthia Ozick, "a sorceress of silken prose, wholly incapable of platitude, of cliché, of even the stray dead phrase"... more »

Essays & Opinions

What matters is not what you think or do but how you feel. So goes the reigning view of neuroscientists, mindfulness mongers, and other technologists of joy... more »