From consent culture to sisterly advice, a short list of 2017 releases you won't want to miss.
In her new essay collection, Rebecca Solnit, the author who gave rise to the term "mansplaining," celebrates how women have finally succeeded in telling the stories of their oppression. But she offers no perspective on what happens after that.
In the shadow of Trump's inauguration, Solnit revisits the lessons of her landmark book, "Hope in the Dark," to explain why despair during this time is premature.
Zombie apocalypse logic is eroding faith in our institutions and our fellow humans.
A conservative judge ruled that California's death penalty was "cruel and unusual punishment," but Democrats are refusing to accept the repeal of capital punishment.