Every once in a while you are lucky enough to find a book that is not only a great story, but a book that rocks your world. It changes the way you think, expands your world view, and makes you question what you have previously assumed. We hear Kevin Prufer is one of those lucky people; he can’t stop talking about The Swerve: How the World Became Modern by Stephen Greenblatt, winner of the National Book Award for nonfiction. We asked Kevin to share his find with us.
Inprint: The ideas in The Swerve are complex, fascinating, and timely. Can you briefly break them down for a lay person?
Kevin Prufer: Sure! I’m a lay person myself, right? Continue reading