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euclides-da-cunha

“We are condemned to civilization.”

Robert-Anton-Wilson

A great novelist of high weirdness.

gorey_spell1

His YA novels fuse an erudite silliness with real menace.

proudhon

La propriété, c’est le vol.

bookchin002_51

Challenging power and preserving the environment.

Huidobromujeres470

“Do not sing to rain, poet, make it rain.”

simone-de-beauvoir

She helped pioneer second-wave feminism.

david johansen

He looked — and sounded! — great in frills.

nichols thumb

His solos elliptically paraphrase his melodies.

BARRY.self_

Devastatingly funny one week and bittersweet the next.

watt

Celebrating thirteen HiLo Heroes about whom we wrote in 2014.

Frazer

Not for him the “purblind vision” of small minds.

puig

Lights, camera, action suffuse the cadence of his sentences.

chilton

He got an early education in rock’n’roll cynicism.

chris ware

Clockwork micro and macro tragedies awash in self-awareness.

watt-shot-used-for-throbblehead

Both a singular artist and a mensch.

arthur-c-clarke

His was a nuts-and-bolts science fiction.

1804 watercolor of Jane Austen by her sister Cassandra

Who is your Jane Austen?

laban thumb

Dance as a place of attuning one’s relation­ship to bio­physical life.

brand

Since the ’60s, a grain-traversing thinker-doer.

mcguane

Life lessons and manhood-tutorials.

Emily Dickinson

Her slant rhymes were radically proto-modernist.

cassavetes

Performances congruent with camera.

SweetFlypaper-DeCarava

“We must get to the painting of ourselves, our history…”