Nonfiction: Birds, Broadway, the Guggenheim, Bearing Arms, Travel Snaps, Enrico Fermi | Xpress Reviews

Highly recommended for those considering theater as a career and for those who love theater; for readers interested in a different view of U.S. history and the Second Amendment; Helton produces a well-crafted, imaginable, and satisfying picture; a print alternative to online photo albums

Guides to Food History, Publishing, Magical Realism, World Religions, with New Short Takes | Reference Reviews, December 2014

Herman’s friendly and supportive guide to the publishing industry, The Norton Anthology of World Religions allows readers to draw their own conclusions, an essential heralded genealogical resource, Tucci’s clever Investing Answer Book.

Aczel on Science and Religion, Hadlow on King George III, Jessye Norman on Her Life, & More | Nonfiction Previews, May 2014, Pt. 5

Aczel, Amir. Why Science Does Not Disprove God. Morrow. Apr. 2014. 288p. ISBN 9780062230591. $27.99. SCIENCE/RELIGION Aczel, the award-winning author of Fermat’s Last Theorem and recipient of a doctoral degree in mathematics from Berkeley, profoundly disagrees with the decree by the so-called New Atheists that modern breakthroughs in science prove that there is no God. […]

Reference Reviews | September 1, 2013

Reviews of The Newton Awards: A History of Genius in Science and Technology, The Warbler Guide, and St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, plus a full list of Reference reviews from September 1, 2013.