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Justin T. Call has done something amazing with this work Master of Sorrows. A world rich in magic, mythology and emotion; the orphan Annev gives everything to become a member of the Avatars, a group of assasin magic hunters seeking to save the most vulnerable from taboo magics. However, he comes to realize there is more to the narrative he has been continually fed by the Academy.
An Economist “Our Books of the Year” Selection
Economist Bryan Caplan makes a bold case for unrestricted immigration in this fact-filled graphic nonfiction.
Amanda Palmer has shared quite the adventure. From "living statue" artist to punk rock, Palmer shares about the power and necessity of vulnerability. Read the work that lead to the TED Talk and see what amazing things can happen when we take the leap and ask for help.
In a time when our relationship with our world has taken a backseat Dr. Kimmerer encourages us to rediscover our reciprocal lives with nature. As a botanist and member of the Patawatomi Nation Dr. Kimmerer shows us how the necessity for reciprocity is at the biological level in how we interact with natural resources and each other. Be well to others, plants and all!