Author Larry Tye is not the first person to write about what the popularity of Superman means about our culture. But as arts critic Joan Baum says in this review of Tye’s book, there’s always more to learn about Superman’s abiding power.
Arts critic Joan Baum discusses a book whose central character is a market researcher. But he does more spying and sleuthing than desk work.
Just in time for Halloween, arts critic Joan Baum has this review of a book that will...haunt you.
Arts critic Joan Baum has this review of a book that's partly a good old fashioned murder mystery, and partly a look into the world of publishing.
With a few weeks left in the summer reading season, arts critic Joan Baum has this suggestion.
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