Today on the show, as part of a few bonus episodes, Valerie is interviewing Mark Dawson who is an award-nominated USA Today bestselling author with more than 20 books published and over 2 million books downloaded in multiple countries and languages. He’s also a teacher, showing other writers how to self-publish and he and his […]
PLUS: Official descriptions and first look photos of new shows Bless the Harts, Almost Family and Prodigal Son.
Posted by Robert Lipsyte at 8:12am, June 25, 2019.Follow TomDispatch on Twitter @TomDispatch. Say one thing about the world of sports: in some fashion, it invariably reflects developments in the larger world. It hardly matters whether the subject is war or inequality. Take a knee for a moment and think about that or, in the […]
It’s still Pride month for another week, so you best BELIEVE I’m going to milk that for everything that I can get so I can bend your collective audiencal ears into listening to me rant about queer shit.
President Donald Trump said Monday that a New York-based advice columnist who has accused him of sexually assaulting her in a New York City department store in the mid-1990s is not his “type.”
.S. President Donald Trump responds as he talks to reporters as he departs to visit striking areas in Alabama from White House in Washington, U., March 8, 2019 .. (photo credit: JONATHAN ERNST / REUTERS) X Dear Reader, As you can imagine, The Jerusalem Post is reading more than ever before. However, traditional sustainable business […]
Benjamin Chau, HKTDC Deputy Executive Director, said the Hong Kong Book Fair Cultural Events Advisory Panel has selected Sci-Fi and Mystery as the theme for the 2019 HKTDC Hong Kong Book Fair. The fair encourages the public to discover more about leading sci-fi and mystery authors and their works as well as promoting a love […]
Sons of Feminism – TFF Episode 40 I have never understood why there are university classes educating men about rape but none about educating women to take the sexual initiative with men; in short, to ask men out on dates. That’s assuming, of course, the woman is heterosexual and dates frequently. Obviously no woman is […]
On the topic of whether this is a golden age for historical fiction (see this NYTimes article for reference), one panel member reflected on readers’ desires to look back at earlier times to gain an understanding of today’s cultural and political difficulties. Others spoke of growing interest in hearing from voices across the spectrum, seeking […]
The Yellow Wallpaper, is a new piece of musical composition with physical performance woven through to create a visually and audibly immersive experience for the audience. It is based on a short story by 19th century American writer Charlotte Perkins Gilman and focuses on a condition called postpartum psychosis, a severe mental illness suffered by […]
Guest post by Anne Perreault There are days when I can’t get my mind around my own problems. I mull them over and over, allowing them to steal my joy. I permit myself these moments because I believe I’m entitled to them. After all, I’m very good at pity parties. For me as a writer, […]
What is the best thing that I love about my work? To know that my work contributes to fighting social inequality and to encourage sustainable solutions in fashion. Protecting nature and women’s empowerment are the foundation of this century. I want to believe that my work represents these values and that I am doing a […]