Two new episodes of Second Decade trace the history of America's most famous address from 1809 to 1861.
Billy Wilder's 1960 romantic comedy perfectly captures the dreariness of the week after Christmas, and the sense of renewal the New Year brings.
Bello Collective chose not only my podcast to highlight as one of their best-of 2017, but they focused on what I think is my best episode!
Two episodes of the podcast, a regularly-scheduled installment and a bonus episode, highlight various aspects of the West's historical relationship with Japan, both during its isolation and in more modern times.
Feast your ears on Episode 25, "The Man in the Buffalo Fur Suit," and the first Second Decade: Off Topic episode, "The Sunn Also Rises."
The latest episode of Second Decade continues the survey of the War of 1812, a misunderstood and obscure conflict to most Americans.
Here is the latest episode of the Second Decade podcast! I'm pretty happy with it, and it's a very interesting subject: the first in a [...]
Feast your eyes on some of the most amazing antiquities to have survived the Byzantine period.
The beautiful Aquitania had a long career on the North Atlantic during which she steamed 3 million miles and made over 400 crossings.
Written with co-author Lucas Erickson, "Eyes of War," just completed, is the novel I am most proud of so far.