Opposition to a 30-day ban on the carrying of firearms in Bernalillo County, New Mexico, drew opposition from gun owners and the far right, including threats against the state governor, her family and staff, reports Bill Nevins.
Bill Nevins reviews Fintan O’Toole's 2022 book, We Don’t Know Ourselves: A Personal History of Modern Ireland.
Bill Nevins’ interviewed the great Scottish socialist activist-bard Dick Gaughan back in 1996, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he played a sold-out concert.
Naomi Klein has gifted us with a book that describes, analyses and reflects the vertigo that so many of us are experiencing today, and proposes a way out of the confusion, writes Bill Nevins.
This poetry and prose anthology book was conceived in the wake of New Mexico's worst natural disaster in written history, writes Bill Nevins.
John Vaillant — who may be the contemporary Hunter S Thompson of environmental journalists — has seen our Earth’s future up close and personal, and it is a fearsome, firey “beast”, writes Bill Nevins.
Bill Nevins interviews Paul Tran, author of the acclaimed poetry collection All the Flowers Kneeling.
As a houngan (male priest in Haitian voodoo), Haitian recording and performing artist Erol Josué is a healer. He spoke following the release of his new album, Pelerinaj (Pilgrimage).
Mary Lou McDonald, A Republican Riddle is no hagiography, nor is it a glib hatchet-job, writes Bill Nevins.
Bill Nevins reviews China Miéville’s very readable book, A Spectre Haunting, about the concept of alternative world-creation in Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels’ Communist Manifesto.
Bill Nevins reviews Crash Course, H Bruce Franklin's memoir of lifelong anti-war resistance, which cuts through the fog of myth and propaganda to make sense of modern history.
Conservationist and author William (Bill) deBuys recently published The Trail to Kanjiroba, a memoir of two journeys through the mountainous Upper Dolpo region of Nepal. He discusses his work with Bill Nevins.
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