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Kurt Vonnegut’s Call to Save the Planet Is Just as Timely Now as It Was Four Decades Ago

“We must love one another and care for one another as best we can, and we must organize.”

Posted on Nov 16, 2016 READ MORE


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Remembering the Rev. Daniel Berrigan, Jesuit Priest and Peace Activist

He was a man of the cloth and a man of letters, but most of all, Berrigan was a man of peace. He was also, as it happened, the man whom Kurt Vonnegut went so far as to call “Jesus as a poet.”

Posted on May 1, 2016 READ MORE



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Say ‘Hi-Ho!’ as They Strip-Search You

Reflecting on his arrest with Kurt Vonnegut while protesting apartheid outside the South African consulate in the early 1980s, David Lindorff, founder of the news blog This Can’t Be Happening, says he and the author might be treated differently if they were arrested today.

Posted on May 26, 2012 READ MORE



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Tales of Vonnegut

Two books recently out reassess Kurt Vonnegut’s personal and social legacies. Book by book, “Unstuck in Time” chronicles the unintentional development of the man’s political life, while “And So It Goes,” a straightforward biography, adjusts his popular, fanciful image as a grandfatherly saint with accounts of alcoholism, cruelty and resentment of his professional peers.

Posted on Dec 11, 2011 READ MORE


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Jane Ciabattari on Kurt Vonnegut

A wondrous new collection of previously unpublished vintage Vonnegut confirms his enduring and subversive ear for the absurd and the tragicomic.

Posted on Dec 25, 2009 READ MORE


Kurt Vonnegut Dead at 84

The iconic writer, who challenged conventional wisdom through 14 novels and numerous essays, died Wednesday from a brain injury. Vonnegut survived a nearly lifelong smoking habit only to succumb to a recent fall in his apartment. He once joked that he would prefer to die in a plane crash on Kilimanjaro and said he would avoid suicide “so as not to set a bad example for my children.”

Posted on Apr 12, 2007 READ MORE


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