Sorry for the lack of updates — posts over the next week or so are going to remain pretty sparse. The good news is that some larger projects of mine are moving along reasonably well. Peter Stanlis’s forthcoming Robert Frost: The Poet as Philosopher, which I’ve been editing, is coming out later in the summer, and the next book project I’m editing, a new edition of Carle Zimmerman’s overlooked classic Family and Civilization (with some new critical material from Allan Carlson, James Kurth, and Bryce Christensen) is well underway. Look for that this Fall.
My review of John Lukacs’s short book on George Kennan is in the current issue of The American Conservative. And the next issue will include my review of Thomas McCraw’s biography of Joseph Schumpeter, Prophet of Innovation. A couple of other reviews and essays will be showing up in the next month or two as well.