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Freelance writing advice, book reviews, satirical history, biblio-geekery, literary criticism, social justice commentary, cats, and assorted silliness.
I am a graduate student in literature, a freelance writer, an unabashed feminist, and a personal assistant to two extremely spoiled cats.
I got a law degree once. It didn't take.
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Tag Archives: literature
I haven’t read Romeo and Juliet in ten years. Also, having been in the target demo for the Leonardo DiCaprio/Claire Danes version, I tend to avoid performances of it like a particularly giggly plague. But I’m rereading it now as part … Continue reading
Quiz: Dickens or Bulwer-Lytton? Charles Dickens is generally touted as one of the English language’s best writers. Bulwer-Lytton is generally touted as so bad that he actually has a terrible first line contest named for him. Yet when passages … Continue reading
Idaho’s very own state Senator John Goedde has introduced a bill that would mandate the teaching of Atlas Shrugged in all Idaho public high schools. Yes, mandate. By state law. In public schools. Atlas Shrugged. MEEP MEEP DANGER IRONY OVERLOAD Even … Continue reading