Interview with Author and Activist Todd Gitlin

Nov. 16, 2014 by

Todd Gitlin is one of the last of our public intellectuals,  having fully participated,  in the 1960s activism today as a Professor at Columbia University he continues to draw out

Interview with Jeremy Varon on the Weather Underground and the Sixties

Nov. 10, 2014 by

Jeremy Varon is an Associate Professor of History at the New School for Social Research and Eugene Lang College, specializing in modern US history, European and American intellectual history, and

New Book of essays about the 1960s to be Released November–Get your Advanced Copy Now!

Oct. 11, 2014 by

The Sixties: Reviewing the Decade that Rocked the World  The Sixties: Reviewing the Decade that Rocked the World by Mike and Laurence Peters New Book–to be released in pre-publication November

Please join our new Reading and Discussion Group on Goodreads

Aug. 19, 2014 by

Sixties and Beyond: How the Sixties Continues t… 1 member We will read and comment on books that raise questions about the sixties continuing legacy. Books we’ve read View this

Exploring the 1960s with Author Terry H Anderson

Aug. 13, 2014 by

Professor Terry H Anderson is a Professor at Texas A&M,  and a prolific author who has written some classic texts about the 1960s. As someone who served in Viet Nam,

Interview with Rick Perlstein–Author of Nixonland and Invisible Bridge

Aug. 5, 2014 by

Rick Perlstein is the author of Before the Storm: Barry Goldwater and the Unmaking of the American Consensus, winner of the 2001 Los Angeles Times Book Award for history, and

Interview with Sherill Tippins Author of Inside the Dream Palace–The Life and Times of New York’s Legendary Chelsea Hotel–Parts One and Two

Jul. 25, 2014 by

True to the books’ title the Chelsea is legendary as well as unique artist community home to some of America’s finest most radical artists, from Edgar Lee Masters to Bob

Netflix for Books

Jul. 19, 2014 by

Reuters` Correspondent, Deepa Seetharaman, reports on Amazon`s new way of attracting readers to its ebook reader. Is this the way forward for epublishing? Inc launched a $9.99-per-month subscription

Authors’ Halcyon days Maybe Over – New Publishing Realities are Hitting Home

Jul. 16, 2014 by

It is good to remind ourselves that as we readers go through the profound shift in the way we consume texts–on the other side of the proverbial fence–authors are adjusting

One Great Idea for How E-Books Can Change Libraries

Jul. 1, 2014 by

It is rare to come across an idea that promises to re-think the purposes of libraries in our digital age but Brad Grey of Recorded Books together with Andrew Conway