Nonfiction: The Jack Torrance Anti-Bullying Program by Charles Austin Muir

Strength. Focus. Purpose.

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BEAST

“Every night he asks me the same question. “Will you sleep with me?”

If You Go Chasing Rabbits

“She rides that mushroom pole and flips upside down, with her legs spread high above her head. Her big blue eyes and red lips are innocence and corruption made flesh.”

Video Inferno

“The cameraman wore a black suit with white gloves and a shiny red shirt. A large, handheld video camera obscured his face. The lens pointed right at me.”

Pride And Prejudice And Feminism

“Feminism fights for women’s independence to be their own person rather than being defined by their dependence on their husbands. In Austen’s time which was during the 1800s, women were stripped of any independence and were expected to be meek and submissive.”

IN CONVERSATION: Great American Novelist Noah Cicero

“Noah Cicero is the author of The Human War, Bipolar Cowboy, and Go to Work and Do Your Job. Care for Your Children. Pay Your Bills. Obey the Law. Buy Products. He has been called “America’s finest literary pariah” by Dazed & Confused Magazine.”

Jules Verne, Bitch

“Have you ever read him? I bet you haven’t because only recently have his works, his actual works, become available in English.”

REVIEW: ‘The End of the Tour’ Is A Hokey, Sentimental Mess

“David Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg) is a middle-of-the-road author and journalist for Rolling Stone who undergoes the task of doing a feature on Infinite Jest author David Foster Wallace (Jason Segel) at the height of his popularity. Based on Lipsky’s book Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself, which detailed the five day encounter and was described as “…a road picture, a love story, a contest” by Maria Bustillos of The Awl, the film fails to capture that essence and, in effect, loses its footing.”