By Lauren LeBlanc 6 min read
The work of resistance is never a fixed, quantifiable event. Its impact ripples onward without end, as these books illustrate.
By Signature 6 min read
Required reading this month: James McBride's biography of James Brown 'Kill 'Em and Leave,' Hope Jahren's delightful science memoir 'Lab Girl,' and more.
By David Burr Gerrard 5 min read
Divided into five sections -- Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Yemen, and Syria -- Voices of the Arab Spring offers a wide, valuable range of perspectives from eye-witnesses and participants in the Middle East revolutions that erupted in 2011.
By Kelsey Osgood 5 min read
In the riveting and emotionally-charged essays on the Arab Spring, found in 'Diaries of an Unfinished Revolution,' readers may have trouble keeping track of chronology. Signature is here to help, with some landmark dates to help pin the politically spirited stories to.