This searing, exploratory work of criticism that is also memoir and feminist essay reclaims lost, erased, maligned women writers and interrogates the institution of writing and publishing.
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Do we need to teach kids about LGBT people in our schools? Well, it’s only normal that kids will have questions about such things, especially when Uncle Dan suddenly insists on being called Aunt Dana and is borrowing earrings from Mommy.
The 2012 artists of the year range from urgent political punk and hip-hop challenging the establishment — whether political or economic — to the rise of a new generation of pop divas and forward-looking indie and R&B.
An incredible and opinionated collection of celebrated cultural critic Dylan Jones’s thoughts on more than 350 of the most important artists around the world—alive and dead, big and small, at length and in brief.
‘The Story of Film’ is the best film-studies class you never had.