Thousands of people with severe mental illness have been failed by a dysfunctional system. My friend Michael was one of them. Twenty-five years ago, he killed the person he loved most.
Twenty-three years after Listening to Prozac, Peter Kramer comes to the drug’s defense.
The Czech writer’s new novel The Festival of Insignificance sees a new specter haunting Europe: a decadent and dying culture.
Balloons, though they fly low, inspire dangerous dreams of escape.