Jack McDevitt's latest novel, Coming Home, looks at the history of the “golden age” of the twentieth century's space program from a vantage point 9,000 years in our future.
Mahoney's defense of Alexandr Solzhenitsyn as a proponent of liberty and a faithful Christian offers a worthy introduction to the thought of one of the 20th century's most significant writers.
Hampton Sides’ account of the Jeanette expedition to the Arctic is a powerful story of American heroism.
Eula Biss' examination of the vaccination debate On Immunity — An Inoculation is not immune to criticism.
John Pafford's introduction to the life and work of Russell Kirk is a worthy contribution to the study of the thought of the “sage of Piety Hill.”