Thrillers aren't the only good reading when you've got your toes in the sand: The Cure For Everything could be just what the doctor ordered.
17 posts from July 2012
Beacon's Associate Publisher Tom Hallock found it tricky to catch up with writer Michael Lanza on a recent NH hike.
The Chick-fil-A showdown has illustrated one thing: ethical consumerism is not limited to liberal causes.
The problem of military sexual harassment and assault is the subject of a documentary film, The Invisible War, which won the US Documentary Audience Award at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Carl Elliott examines the different responses to medical ethics scandals in New Zealand and at his home institution, the University of Minnesota.
The latest media hits and mentions for Beacon books and authors.
Sherrilyn Ifill asks women who are trying to have it "all" to get behind economic empowerment for the women who face the biggest challenges.
Wind power is not simply a fantasy perpetrated by Barack Obama and the Democratic Party--it is a technology that can provide a fifth of America's power.
Top media hits and praise for upcoming books in our first edition of the Beacon Buzz!
Why does Trader Joe's inspire such devotion, and how does it sell itself as a "neighborhood" grocery store?
A new book about a man who hears God's call to help children in Africa, but finds that truly helping is harder than he thinks.
The first Wal-Mart store opened fifty years ago this month. What has its dominance meant to American workers?
A research laboratory at the Department of Energy has some encouraging projections of a more sustainable future.
In anticipation of Independence Day, read a patriotic excerpt from Nancy Rubin Stuart's book The Muse of the Revolution.
Happy Fourth of July from Beacon Press!
Carole Joffe honors those whose perseverance in the face of incredible pressure continue to fight for women's reproductive freedoms.
The words of Frederick Douglass on the meaning of Independence Day continues to hold meaning for many who find it hard to embrace the holiday.