Ignorance Can Be Deadly

Incurable Me – why the best medical research does not make it into clinical practice by K. Paul Stoller, M.D. Dr. Stoller was a board-certified pedi…


Science, Skepticism and Spirituality

REVIEW: Arguing Science: A Dialogue on the Future of Science and Spirit by Rupert Sheldrake and Michael Shermer Debating the nature of the ineffable i…


On Trails – An Exploration by Robert Moor

After hiking the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine in five months, Robert Moor, an environmental journalist, began to study trails: how and why…


Turmoil in the Middle East, from Tahrir Square to Isis

A Rage for Order by Robert F Worth couldn’t be more timely or needed, providing as it does some glimmer of understanding of how and why centuries-ol…



Reviewers Roundtable Fall 2016
Category: Interviews
Cynthia Sue Larson, Brent Marchant and Miriam Knight talk about recent books and films that have stood out for them, including: I Am Not I by Jacob...
Incurable Me - the Business of Sickness
Category: Interviews
Dr. Kenneth Stoller completed his training at UCLA Medical School in 1986 and was a practicing board certified pediatrician for over two decades, focusing on...
Arguing Science with Dr. Michael Shermer
Category: Interviews
Dr. Michael Shermer is the Founding Publisher and editor-in-chief of Skeptic magazine, a publication largely devoted to investigating pseudoscientific and supernatural claims. He is a monthly columnist for Scientific...
Coaching Authors in Transformational Writing
Category: Interviews
MJ Schwader is a writing and marketing coach, devoted to helping coaches, enlightened entrepreneurs, change agents, and healers use the power of writing to crystalize their vision and present...