Alexander Provan, a writer living in Brooklyn, is a founding editor of Triple Canopy and contributing editor of Bidoun.
Is the task of philosophy "to learn how to die," or to teach that there is no such thing as a good death?
Unraveling the Kafkaesque mystique of Franz Kafka.
Why do Internet boosters continue to confuse social networking with art?
Pollster John Zogby's new book illuminates the changing nature of American values and lives.