My point is that feminists are not biological determinists. Feminists are the...– ‘Feminists are Sexist’ - Features - The F-Word (via sexxxisbeautiful)
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A Brooklyn Literary Reading and Thoughts On Harry... →
Are comfortable, middle-class people no longer... →
utnereader: (via The Guardian) While the upper-classes remain perennially interesting to publishers and readers alike, is it affluent middle-class or working-class characters who are being squeezed out of literary fiction?
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In the shadow of the twin towers | Prospect... →
Interesting article on post-9/11 Fiction. I find it relevant to me because I’m in the process of “imagining” my second novel. Only recently have I realized that 9/11 and post-2001 America are the central events/sites/time of this book. On 9/11/01 I would have never believed that I would be one of the many American writers attempting to address what happened.
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Half of Americans Getting Government Aid Swear... →
Half of people getting federal student loans don’t think they’ve ever used a government social program. Forty percent of Medicare recipients have no idea their health insurance is funded by the state. And 25 percent of the people receiving that emblem of All That Is Bad About Big Government, welfare, don’t connect that paycheck to the “enemy.” Given the fact that one in six Americans use...
Yesterday, Michael H. Miller of the New York Observer posted an article on the...– Readings: The Dark Side of the Literary World « PWxyz I feel like I’m taking crazy pills. Do I just happen to hang out at the 5 or 6 extra-special bookstores that put on lively, interactive multimedia events full of great writers, music, food, drinks, and company? (via housingworksbookstore) ...
NO ONE CARES ABOUT YOUR (LITERARY) READING →
Ok. Interesting how ‘readings’ are pronounced dead if they don’t make the bookstore any money (or if no one buys your books at the gallery space/living room/garage, etc wherever you are) when it seems like readings could better function as an introduction of sorts for mainstream readers to up and coming/young writers who don’t have books to sell/give away but will...
Rochelle Jordan - How To Feel I dreamt I was shot...
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Which political ideology invades the bedroom and the (female) body?
boyattractions: Gem Club — Breakers Things...