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Maud Newton
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"Digital Source and Security Protection for Journalists" -- thanks, @hopex: pic.twitter.com/YFyc5gLE5P
"I wanted to see how many 3D nerds are in the audience. My people."--@bookofsand at @hopex instagram.com/p/qm1yzXBpCH/
Just how unauthorized is that new Harper Lee biography, really? Fascinating investigation by @michelledean: gawker.com/how-unauthoriz…
If you pick up @chrisbeha's smart, funny Arts & Entertainments now, you can finish it before our @CommunityBkstr discussion Wed #fridayreads
Nannycam? In my latest @NYTmag columnlet, @spoliamag dissects John Maloof's control over the legacy of Vivian Maier nytimes.com/interactive/20…
Full schedule of @hopex speakers, including me (+ a certain Mr. Snowden) here: x.hope.net/schedule.html
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From the archives: William Faulkner vs. Estelle Faulkner on air conditioning bit.ly/1nCHR3g bit.ly/UeJw8v
I wish people would get as upset about fracking as they are about almond milk.
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Us too! RT @luxlotus: Loving that @NewDirections will publish stories on "myth, power & sex" by Rachel Kushner ndbooks.com/static/catalog…
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BETHLEHEM, gripping film about Palestinian spy, 17, with "no refuge from other people’s self-interest," is out on DVD nyti.ms/1f8mFD5
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"no one knew what a woman would look like wearing pants" - @KarenAbbott on how Civil War women soldiers passed as men bit.ly/TVmmU1
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At every turn we’re being asked whether or not feminism is working; a constant debate about it that grades & examines ow.ly/za6X3
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My baby cousin and her guy, in NYC for the night, brought me a special present! cc: @clairehoworth @SquareBooks pic.twitter.com/Fr3JaKShBO
Sinking feeling when after two stops you realize the subway evangelist is really dedicated to bringing God's Word to your particular car.
She'll be writing the column in every other issue, alternating with John Crowley.
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In more recent @Harpers news, the great Rebecca Solnit takes over the "Easy Chair" column starting with the new issue.
Not sure this is still supposed to be on newsstands, but hooray! MT @karlastarr Spotted while waiting for the 1: pic.twitter.com/yiU14UmKLb
Tempted to post clone dance party as hold music but I'm limiting myself to one Orphan Black tweet per day.
Leaving these women-on-the-road novel recs here for you while I take a little Internet time out to burrow deeper into my book.
@maudnewton: Ellen Willis' essay "Escape From New York" was pretty revelatory for me, partially because of the lack of them.
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@maudnewton I believe Jaimy Gordon has written some road novels.
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@maudnewton I reblogged that from Clockshop...they are putting on on a cool series called "My Atlas" all summer: clockshop.org/myatlas.html
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@maudnewton All of Aritha van Herk's protagonists. Lisa Zeidner's Layover? And, arguably: Sissy Hankshaw in Even Cowgirls Get the Blues...
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.@kathrynschulz Yes! Flamethrowers made me break my vow to myself never to review another novel. npr.org/2013/04/04/175… Vow now reinstated.
@maudnewton That's one of the reasons I liked The Flamethrowers.
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