The novels provide a guide for determining exactly how dystopic the world you live in is, but also, implicitly, how to resist the encroachment of dystopian forces.7
Sean Spicer eats two and a half packs of orbit before noon each day. Where did the White House Press Secretary’s favorite breakfast come from?4
When yet another dinner is given short shrift by her guests, Rachel Ringler explains how good food and wine contribute to vibrant conversation.
The Jewish history of Mary Tyler Moore, person and TV personas, is extensive and familiar.
Following the controversy surrounding “alt-right” fascist Milo Yiannopoulos’s $250,000 book deal with Simon & Schuster imprint Threshold Editions, author Roxane Gay has pulled out of a publishing deal with TED Books, another Simon & Schuster imprint. Gay’s book, “How To Be Heard” was scheduled for release in March 2018, but is now indefinitely shelved until Gay can find another publisher.7
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