Black metal has a real Nazi problem
But it has little to do with one infamous figure.
How do you deal with fascists? Advice from a Soviet sniper
‘Lady Death: The Memoirs of Stalin’s Sniper’ is a gripping memoir, and an uncompromising playbook for how to act at war.
San Francisco’s Queen of Abortions gets her moment of recognition
Two new biographies look at the life of Inez Burns, an uncompromising and extravagant turn-of-century women’s healthcare provider.
I have no voice, and I must scream
‘Anesthesia: The Gift of Oblivion and the Mystery of Consciousness’ explores the terrifying history of pain and memory in modern medicine