Human Nature Stick to nature poetry. Ignorance doesn't show quite so painfully.
— Jerry C.
This is a representative example of the e-mails I received in response to my column […]
Are You There God? It’s Me, Crenshaw. In the early ’80s, my mother — barely 30, but already divorced — took a children’s lit course at community college. We were living at the time in a rented house next to an old tuberculosis […]
A Giant Problem
I imagine that one of the final disappointments of Michael Crichton's too-short life was the news that Japanese scientists had cloned a mouse from cells frozen for […]