The best literature is anti-woke, as Kevin McAleer’s novel demonstrates.
Overestimating the risk is a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Few novels can claim to be both satirical and horrific—and be thought-provoking in both genres.
I have been censored by social media for the first time. Sure, I have been shadowbanned for years, at the expense of my free speech […]
Next time someone caricatures evidence of voting irregularities as a conspiracy theory, throw the book at them—Mollie Hemingway’s book.
“No Time to Die” feels like a movie intended to kill off not just Daniel Craig but the whole Bond franchise.
The literary elite doesn’t like to admit anti-Marxism as a motivation for great literature. But it is. “Lethe” is a new example of the genre.
Nevergreen is a metaphor for academia’s self-separation, and the scene for a darkly comic escape thriller.
An administration that exaggerates one terrorist threat can hardly be relied upon to handle another.
The publishing industry is identarian and unmeritorious. If publishers were fair about underrepresented voices, and underrepresented consumers, they would be publishing anti-woke authors.
Yes, white supremacism is real. But a greater threat to American democracy is the misrepresentation of terrorism for partisan power.
By clarifying who is conserving places, we clarify which side has the whole community at heart.
How the woke captured even the financial services.
Some academics predict the collapse of the woke disciplines and colleges. Others hope for it.