Our authors have been busy tackling important social issues out in the world this past week. A handful of highlights:
Mother Jones is hosting a lively conversation on population control. Fred Pearce weighs in, as does Courtney E. Martin. You can also join the conversation on Twitter by tracking #popforum.
Lambda Literary finds Terry Galloway's memoir, Mean Little deaf Queer, "well worth the read."
David Bacon, author of Illegal People, has a stunning photo essay on hunger with Betsy Edwards over at East Bay Express.
New America Media examines "Life and Death on the Arizona Border" with Tucson journalist Margaret Regan, author of The Death of Josseline.
Everyone's talking about SCOTUS these days. Chris Finan parses the Citizens United decision and "Free Speech for Corporations" over at Bookselling this Week.
Catch Jonathan Metzl's discussion of The Protest Psychosis with ABC Radio International.
Finally, Religion Dispatches asks Bruce Rich the question "What Can Ancient India Tell Us About Our World?" Rich, the author of To Uphold the World, will be speaking May 14th at 7 p.m. in New York's Tibet House.