Eric A. Gordon: Broe calls Left of Eden “A Harry Palmer Mystery,” after the LAPD-turned-private investigator who is the protagonist of the tale, implying that he has further adventures of the smart, risk-taking P.I. up his sleeve. I hope so!
James A. Kyprios: In plain English, he built a better mouse trap and as Emerson said, they all beat a path to his door to get it. It really is that simple.
Adolf Alzuphar: We’ve been saying: black lives matter means the end of a system. Democrats have cheered, bought the books, and yet we’re here. Maybe there’s no belief in “ending the system”.
Walter G. Moss: What I like about the Russian writers’ fiction is not so much that they tell me how to live, but that they struggle with this and other important questions and therefore encourage readers to so struggle.
Vijay Prashad: Red Books Day is about standing up to fascism and standing up for our own intellectual development.