a belated father's day issue
Then Joan Acocella explores a series of father-son relationships via the life, work and drinking habits of the Waughs. I really don't care about the Waughs as writers (Chaucer? Really?), but the family stuff is neat.
I'm planning to read Auletta on the Wall Street Journal, but not Talbot on brain scans.
Oooo, and I just found my June 25 issue. First up, Lady Di. Taguba will just have to wait.