National Poetry Month: New York in Poetry
April is National Poetry Month, and throughout April we have been posting poems from our poetry titles and from those of our distributed presses. This is our final NaPoMo post.
In a recent article in Foreign Policy, Valerie M. Hudson, coauthor of Sex and World Peace, argues that the very best predictor of a state’s peacefulness is not its level of wealth, its level of democracy, or its ethno-religious identity;...
April 22 was Earth Day, and in honor of the occasion, we will be running a series of posts over the course of this week by authors of our environmental studies titles. This post, written by Stuart Sim, addresses how economic concerns drive us to harm the environment.