April 1, 2004: Oprah Winfrey becomes the fourth member of the Holy Trinity.
As authors move into 2016—many weary from the demands of the marketplace on their creative energies—a key support bond with highly engaged editors may be weakening.
Right from the start, La Santa Cecilia respectfully makes “Strawberry Fields Forever” their own.
At Boston’s GrubStreet creative writing center and online at Writer Unboxed, new efforts to bring diverse voices into publishing heighten a bookish search for relevance and authors’ growing sense of shared responsibility.
You should oppose socialized law for the same reasons that you oppose socialized medicine.
C’mon, even Thought Catalog’s news coverage does better than this. Surely NPR can outclass us.
A new poster campaign seeks to tout the virtues and health benefits of breast-feeding babies—but there are no babies on the posters.
Your love. Your passion. Your taste. That’s the reason you’re here. You still belong, even if you don’t feel like it right now. Your taste can be killer even if your ability is questionable.
The deep, forgiving cushion of your favorite armchair as you sink in to change the world via the Macbook warming your lap. The inviting “like” button on status updates from area non-profits.
It’s too late to take the lead, but it’s not too late to catch up.