America's Most Critical Journal (since 1999)
Apparent Idiot Considered Russia's Greatest Poet? traces the hapless life of Maxim Sazonov, a possibly major poet who remained undiscovered during his lifetime.
Felix Spielenhammer (1897-1995): “The Heavy Mahler” mourns the death of the great musicologist and passable composer.
The Great Director recounts the movies of the great film maker, Jake Steiger.
Claude Roget: Philosopher Or Fraud? discusses the life and works of Roget, both a prolific philosopher and plagiarist.
Hans Donkerzijde and His Amsterdam Portal. The story of the most illustrious failure of golden age Dutch architecture.
The Anti-Artist reviews a recent Washington, DC exhibition of the great artist, Karl Kinski.
New Faulkner Novel Found welcomes the discovery of a lost William Faulkner manuscript, Sons of the South.
In Memoriam: Dr. Claire Hoyt: "Shrink to the Stars" laments the loss of Dr. Hoyt, who treated famous Hollywood stars, but failed to keep their secrets.
Alexandra: True Psychic tells the life story of an honest psychic.