BOOK REVIEW: 'The different forms of human misery cannot be converted, like currency'
- Written by Fred Moreau
John Falk's Hello to All That, reviewed favorably in the New York Times on Friday, is an unusual form of memoir that combines tales of war reporting with a personal struggle against depression. -- "Dressed in body armor and helmet, [John Falk] carried a single duffel bag packed with the bare necessities: a few clothes, some recording equipment, a 35-millimeter camera and, most important, a year's supply of Zoloft stuffed into a tube sock." ...
BOOKS: Inside account of 'STAR GATE,' the US's research program on clairvoyance as intel tool
- Written by Marie Neptune
BOOK REVIEW: New history of human rights perplexing to Africanists
- Written by Hank Berger
David Penna of Gallaudet Univ. reviews Micheline Ishays The History of Human Rights (2004)....