Book Review: “The Oldest Living Things in the World”


“The Oldest Living Things in the World” By Rachel Sussman University Of Chicago Press, 304pp | Buy on Amazon When Rachel Sussman takes pictures of the oldest living things in the world, something spectacular happens; not only does she capture the resilience of adaptability of life, but she also captures its vulnerability – and indirectly, our vulnerability. It’s humbling to


Book review: ‘Colliding Worlds’


“Colliding Worlds” By Arthur Miller W. W. Norton & Company, 352pp | Buy on Amazon Scientists are logical, calculated and rational, while artists are passionate and effervescent… or so we’re told. But is it really that way? More often than not, there’s a lot of passion and uncertainty in science, and you can’t really have art without hard work, so where