Early Reviews: The Goddess Pose: The Audacious Life of Indra Devi, the Woman Who Helped Bring Yoga to the West

The early reviews for Michelle Goldberg’s “The Goddess Pose: The Audacious Life of Indra Devi, the Woman Who Helped Bring Yoga to the West,” are in, and they are raves. “[T]his sparkling tale of a remarkable trailblazer should enlighten and inspire every reader,” says Publishers Weekly. Kirkus writes, “Fascinating reading about an intriguing woman.”  And Library Journal calls it ” “fascinating and groundbreaking,” saying, “This painstakingly researched book is more than mere biography…It helps readers to understand where yoga, as we practice it in the West, came from and how it differs from its roots.".  The Goddess Pose is available for pre-order now, and out on June 9More about the book

How David Brock Built an Empire to Put Hillary in the White House

David Brock, the conservative journalistic assassin turned progressive empire-builder, is sitting in a conference room in the Park Avenue South offices of the MWW Group, a public-relations firm owned by Democratic mega-donor Michael Kempner. Fifty-two years old with a silver pompadour, and wearing round glasses with wire frames, he’s barely recognizable as the skinny, dark-haired operative who, during the Clinton administration, had an answering-machine message that said, “I’m out trying to bring down the president.”

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