Stuart Rojstaczer’s ‘The Mathematician’s Shiva’ is narrated by Sasha Karnokovitch, a midwestern meteorologist born in Russia at the height of the Cold War to two brilliant mathematicians.
‘Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide,’ first published in 1969, has come out annually since 1986. But the new volume, out this month, is going to be the last.
‘Worn Stories’ is a new book featuring stories about clothing and life experiences. It includes testimonials from celebrities, designers and Holocaust survivors alike.
The best comic novel Roz Warren read this year was the self-published ‘Tender Is the Brisket.’ She says the book more than lives up to the promise of the title.
Call Me Ishmael, which takes its name from the famous first line of ‘Moby Dick,’ is an innovative voicemail project that asks callers to share their most meaningful reading experiences.
‘Some working actors lost the best years of their lives and don’t know why.’ Lee Grant, who wrote those words in her new memoir, should know. She was one of them.
As Team USA carries the hopes of the English-speaking world in Brazil, inquiring minds are wondering why England is so perennially terrible at the sport it invented.
It was hard for Dan Friedman to write about Jonathan Wilson’s fast-paced memoir, ‘Kick and Run, Memoir with Soccer Ball,’ because Wilson’s dreams and realities so closely mirrored his own.
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