By Rachel MacFarland I find it kind of wild that I haven’t yet reviewed a book by Ursula Le Guin. Having only discovered her work several years ago, there was the initial impulse to gorge, […]
The Indy is back with a much delayed episode! This week (back in early March) we are joined by William Garcia of the La Crosse Democratic Party to discuss what it means to be a […]
Lovato’s memoir is a work that is both personal and expansive, at once a searing personal examination into his own family history that shaped his revolutionary trajectory in life, as well as a wide-ranging history of El Salvador and how the dark shadow of its past have shaped the country’s social context today and fuels the migration of refugees to the United States.