“I’m just dog pedaling in dark high water, because this thing is a mind-blowing image,” said Professor Cornell West when he was given one of two images from Carl Jung's Red Book. Stream West's perspective on Jung's project here.
Writer and composer John Adams' discusses Carl Jung's paintings. and travels in the unconscious mind. Stream the conversation here.
Psychic Pattie Canova performs a tarot card reading for long-dead Carl Jung. Stream the results of her reading here.
Four Pushcart Prize-winning writers took to the (very, very dim stage) at (Le) Poisson Rouge last month to read from their award-winning works.
Stream Adam Gopnik's perspective on Jung's expression of artistic turbulence.
PlaNYC, New York's ambitious sustainability plan for the next two decades, turned two years old on Earth Day 2009. To commemorate, former Deputy Mayor and PlaNYC mastermind Daniel Doctoroff took part in a panel discussion about urban planning at the Museum of the City of New York.
There is still an American Avant-Garde in poetry!
The PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature brings writers from around the world to New York for discussions, lectures and performances that spotlight and celebrate the written word’s ability to bridge the largest cultural gaps.
Top chef Mario Batali and food scholar Paul Rozin continue their discussion about disgust in the second part of their two-part "Talk to Me" podcast.
Why do meat-eating men and women love shoulders, but not lips? Ribs, but not ears? Chowing down on pig's feet causes many to recoil, yet cheese that smells like feet is delectable?
The American economy is in the tank, crippled by bad mortgages and badly-behaving banks. Europe’s nations are unfortunately following suit, and no one knows exactly how to fix any of it.
We look back on the elements of style as this year marked the “official” golden anniversary of succinct, witty prose.