Danijel Sinani (Belgrade): Flying but Unidentified! A Brief Introduction to UFO Phenomena. From Anthrocom, Michele F. Fontefrancesco (Durham): Between Community and the Other: Notes of Cultural Anthropology. Cults of an Unwitting Oracle: Dennis Quinn on the (unintended) religious legacy of H. P. Lovecraft. An interview with Gary Paul Nabhan, author of Where Our Food Comes From: Retracing Nikolay Vavilov's Quest to End Famine. Paul Johnson has been an indispensable commentator on our times — let’s hope Brief Lives will not be his last words on the subject. From The Believer, an interview with Robin Nagle, anthropologist-in-residence at New York City’s Department of Sanitation and author of Picking Up. Johann Hari on how the only thing the drug gangs and cartels fear is legalization. Everybody's Neighbour: Stupidity and the fatigue of language were bitter enemies of the writer, journalist, poet, playwright and satirist Karl Kraus. A review of Consciousness: The Science of Subjectivity by Antti Revonsuo. If it has invented more new words than any other show on television, why hasn't the Futurama language caught on? From Dissent, Leo Casey on the corporate “race to the bottom” and the blindspots of power elite liberalism. Battleground Cyberspace: A stealthy flash drive attack emphasizes that hackers are toying with cyber warfare between sovereign states. A review of Losing Our Cool: Uncomfortable Truths About Our Air-Conditioned World (And Finding New Ways To Get Through The Summer) by Stan Cox. Fan Culture: Time to get a life or an overlooked opportunity to educate? An interview with Jennifer McKnight Trontz, author of Home Economics: Vintage Advice and Practical Science for the 21st-Century Household.