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Radical Mycology

by Rachel Jagareski

"Radical Mycology" lays down a solid base of mycological knowledge, amped up by Peter McCoy’s passion for fungi, sharing information, and social change. Fungi are some of the most ubiquitous and environmentally important living... Read More

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The Thrill of the Chase

by Matt Sutherland

Perhaps the first serious collector to recognize photography as a worthy art form, Samuel J. Wagstaff acquired more than 26,000 photographs between 1973 and 1984, often with the assistance of his one-time lover Robert Mapplethorpe. His... Read More

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Emaho Tibet!

by Matt Sutherland

The holy books of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam take themselves very seriously. They are not funny. They do not use artwork or inviting design to attract readers. Scratch-and-sniff technology is definitely not the way to teach the... Read More

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The Will Power

It’s hard to imagine sitting down with Maurice Elmalem’s comprehensive martial arts guide and getting through it in a day a week or even a month. In fact sitting down is likely the opposite of what Elmalem who holds a slew of world... Read More

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Just Beneath My Skin

“Writing autobiography allows me to open up a vein of self-scrutiny,” writes the author of this startlingly honest account of one woman’s quest for self-knowledge. From the open vein flows a personal attempt to unravel the... Read More

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The BBC Talks of E.M. Forster, 1929-1960

by Peter Skinner

Mesdames Lago, Hughes, and Walls, in their excellently edited volume of E.M. Forster’s radio-talk scripts, take us back to a golden age of low-key, quietly thoughtful, and gently mind-broadening book talks: no celebrity-driven ratings... Read More

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