Poems on the theme of independence, by William Ernest Henley, Henry Lawson, Edgar Guest, Badger Clark, Ralph Chaplin, Dale Wimbrow, and Robert Burns.
Arts and Culture
Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera, by Ron Schick; reviewed by Daniel Wahl.
Robin Field discusses his decades in the performing arts, Objectivism, how Ayn Rand literally saved his life, Reason in Rhyme, and what he’s up to… More »
Timothy Sandefur masterfully examines and explicates several poems by A. E. Stallings, Stephen Kampa, and Richard Wilbur.
Daniel Wahl reviews The Soul of a Chef: The Journey Toward Perfection, by Michael Ruhlman.
Daniel Wahl reviews The Art of Game Design: A Book of Lenses, 2nd. ed., by Jesse Schell.
The Land of Giants is a proposal by Choi+Shine Architects to transform mundane electrical pylons into statues of men and women.
In Reason in Rhyme, Robin Field surveys the history of philosophy—in poetry and song—weaving basic principles of Objectivism into the mix.
Joseph Kellard reviews New York New York, by Richard Berenholtz.
Daniel Wahl reviews The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person’s Guide to Writing in the 21st Century, by Steven Pinker.