"The documentary Three Identical Strangers tells the unbelievable story of Bobby Shafran, Eddy Galland, and David Kellman – three identical triplets who were separated at birth and serendipitously reunited at the age of 19."
"This intelligent and compelling book invites us to evaluate the losses pertaining to 'modern death' and to consider better ways—whether from the past or in the future—to care for the dying, their families, and all care-givers."
"As a practicing ER nurse, Nigliazzo becomes, in these poems, an especially astute witness, using her condensed, lovely, and metaphoric language to let readers enter both the patient's experience and the caregiver's."
"Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway examine the successful efforts of a few scientists to jam the spokes in the wheel of science, delaying needed mitigations (e.g., regulations) to protect individuals, vulnerable populations, nations, and the earth."
"One British hospital. Seven days and nights. Plenty of perspectives from those who work there, train there, and are treated there…… the characters in these connected stories spill their secrets and shame, tout their triumphs and tragedies."
"The documentary is based on Andrew Solomon’s 2012 book Far From the Tree, a study of families with children who are different in all sorts of ways from their parents and siblings to degrees that altered and even threatened family functions and relationships."
"Olivia Laing, a British novelist and writer on cultural and social issues, tackles the phenomenon of loneliness as a pervasive condition that is both a symptom and a cause of malaise, dysphoria and depression."