May 31: The last Model T Ford rolled off the assembly line on this day in 1927 (and asphalt was patented on this day in 1870).
Traveling back in time to the literary seductions of youth.
Who’s up to the task of diagnosing the father of modern psychology? None other than iconoclastic therapist Adam Phillips (Missing Out), whose revealing look at Sigmund’s immigrant youth and rise to fame asks where we’d be (and what we’d be...
May 30: On this day in 1849, Henry David Thoreau’s A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers, his first book, was published.
New works of science fiction from Jo Walton and Mary Rickert depict the surreality, suppression, and suspense of recollection.