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Fear and Hope: When Timothy Keller's Book Met His Life

The renowned NYC pastor and bestselling author, suddenly diagnosed with advanced cancer, reckoned with his beliefs as he was finishing his most recent book. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2021-03-23 04:00:00 UTC ]
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A tale of two inaugurations

Four years and a day ago, I boarded a bus with what felt like half of my journalism school class and traveled to Washington, DC, for the inauguration of Donald Trump and the Women’s March the day after. I’d arranged to cover the events for Pacifica radio and ended up writing a short dispatch for... Continue reading at 'Columbia Journalism Review'

[ Columbia Journalism Review | 2021-01-20 13:36:57 UTC ]
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Your Week in Virtual Book Events, Jan. 18th to Jan. 24th

Ten Evenings: David Treuer Monday, January 18th, all-day As part of the Pittsburgh Arts and Lectures series, Ojibwe author David Treuer will discuss his most recent book combining history and memoir, The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America from 1890 to the Present. Buy a virtual pass to... Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

[ Literrary Hub | 2021-01-19 09:48:57 UTC ]
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Natasha Trethewey on Public Grief in Poetry and Memoir

Hosted by Paul Holdengräber, The Quarantine Tapes chronicles shifting paradigms in the age of social distancing. Each day, Paul calls a guest for a brief discussion about how they are experiencing the global pandemic. Guest host Eddie Glaude is joined by poet Natasha Trethewey on Episode 145 of... Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

[ Literrary Hub | 2020-12-23 09:48:22 UTC ]
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What supporting female founders of color taught me about funding, partnership, and equity

The founder of IFundWomen of Color lays out the hard-won lessons that helped her get investments and cofounder-level equity. Growing up with an entrepreneur mom meant my weekends looked different. We’d drive from event to event, in churches, convention centers, and community centers, where I... Continue reading at 'Fast Company'

[ Fast Company | 2020-12-02 05:00:17 UTC ]
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On Creating Family in the Poetry Classroom

Ibi Zoboi is a bestselling author and National Book Award finalist who has advocated for art programs for youth. Her most recent book, Punching the Air, is co-written with Yusef Salaam of the Exonerated Five. Liza Jessie Peterson is an award-winning playwright, actress, poet and advocate for... Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

[ Literrary Hub | 2020-09-18 08:47:25 UTC ]
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The Festival Five with Author and Translator David Bellos, by The Editors of WLT

Interviews Get to know the participants of the upcoming 2020 Neustadt Festival in this series of short interviews. First up: David Bellos! David Bellos is a professor of French and comparative literature as well as director of the Program in Translation... Continue reading at 'World Literature Today'

[ World Literature Today | 2020-08-25 20:30:39 UTC ]
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The Democratic and Republican conventions are not the same. Don’t pretend that they are.

In June—with Roy Cooper, the Democratic governor of North Carolina, refusing, due to the pandemic, to accede to President Trump’s demands for a business-as-usual Republican convention in Charlotte—Trump pulled the plug, and said he would instead accept his party’s nomination on the friendlier... Continue reading at 'Columbia Journalism Review'

[ Columbia Journalism Review | 2020-08-24 12:17:11 UTC ]
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Black journalists face challenges that stem from systemic racism

The fallout from recent protests over the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor have reignited long-standing concerns on the part of many Black journalists about their roles in the newsrooms they work in, and the value they are given (or not given) by the media companies... Continue reading at 'Columbia Journalism Review'

[ Columbia Journalism Review | 2020-07-09 11:50:34 UTC ]
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Philip Pullman to release unseen His Dark Materials novella in October

Written in 2004 and auctioned for charity, Serpentine sees an adult Lyra and her daemon Pantalaimon revisit Trollesund in search of secretsA previously unseen His Dark Materials story about a teenage Lyra, written by Philip Pullman over a decade ago and that he never intended to publish, will be... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2020-07-08 23:01:46 UTC ]
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What comes after we get rid of objectivity in journalism?

The killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, and the protests that followed, helped spark a debate in many newsrooms and journalism schools around the country about the time-honored principle of objectivity in journalism, and whether it serves any useful purpose. Former... Continue reading at 'Columbia Journalism Review'

[ Columbia Journalism Review | 2020-07-02 11:57:40 UTC ]
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Coronavirus patterns make local news even more important

During the coronavirus pandemic, Ed Yong, a staff writer for The Atlantic, has written an impressive series of in-depth articles on the virus that causes COVID-19 and the often confusing details about how it has spread, what medical experts say we should be doing about it, and what governments... Continue reading at 'Columbia Journalism Review'

[ Columbia Journalism Review | 2020-05-21 11:45:15 UTC ]
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Experts weigh in on Facebook’s new Oversight Board

Almost two years after it first started talking about the idea, Facebook finally announced the members of its Oversight Board, the “Supreme Court” that will—theoretically, at least—have the ability to overrule Facebook and its chief executive Mark Zuckerberg  about whether certain types of... Continue reading at 'Columbia Journalism Review'

[ Columbia Journalism Review | 2020-05-14 11:45:42 UTC ]
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What’s the matter with Kim Jong Un?

On April 15, Kim Jong Un, the North Korean dictator, missed an important birthday celebration: that of his late grandfather, Kim Il Sung, North Korea’s founding ruler. The younger Kim’s absence sparked speculation about his health. Early last week, Daily NK, a website based in South Korea,... Continue reading at 'Columbia Journalism Review'

[ Columbia Journalism Review | 2020-04-28 12:08:17 UTC ]
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What needs to be done to help the media industry?

If it wasn’t already obvious that the media industry was in dire straits before the coronavirus came along, it has become abundantly obvious now. Every day, it seems, news outlets large and small are announcing waves of furloughs, salary cuts, and layoffs for significant numbers of their... Continue reading at 'Columbia Journalism Review'

[ Columbia Journalism Review | 2020-04-24 11:57:00 UTC ]
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The right-wing media’s rallying cry: anti-lockdown edition

On Monday, Joshua A. Bickel, on assignment for the Columbus Dispatch, took a photo that went viral. Bickel was in the Ohio statehouse, where he’d been sent, in the absence of a furloughed colleague, to film a briefing by Mike DeWine, the governor. His photo captured a group of protesters,... Continue reading at 'Columbia Journalism Review'

[ Columbia Journalism Review | 2020-04-17 12:00:34 UTC ]
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Sheltering: Michael Arceneaux on Emotional Debt and Keeping Your Joy

On this episode of Sheltering, Michael Arceneaux speaks with Maris Kreizman about his recent book of essays, I Don’t Want to Die Poor, which revolve around issues of debt, both financial and emotional, as well as the superficial promise of social mobility in America. Arceneaux talks to Maris... Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

[ Literrary Hub | 2020-04-14 19:00:31 UTC ]
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Here’s an unexpected treat: Tressie McMillan Cottom live-tweeting Love is Blind.

Today feels like one of the bad days. But as your mother always told you, silver linings hang out in the strangest of places. The brilliant Tressie McMillan Cottom, Associate Professor of Sociology at Virginia Commonwealth University, whose most recent book Thick was shortlisted for the National... Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

[ Literrary Hub | 2020-03-05 18:42:14 UTC ]
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Histories of Violence: Unlearning History

THIS IS THE 37th in a series of dialogues with artists, writers, and critical thinkers on the question of violence. This conversation is with Ariella Aïsha Azoulay, a theorist of photography and visual culture. She is a professor of Modern Culture and Media and the Department of Comparative... Continue reading at 'Los Angeles Review of Books'

[ Los Angeles Review of Books | 2020-03-02 13:30:59 UTC ]
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Ukraine in the Spotlight, by Ali Kinsella

Book Reviews Ali Kinsella Karl Schlögel has a profound, even intuitive understanding of Russian domestic and foreign politics. His view reaches both far into the past and projects likely future developments. He recognizes that to know contemporary Russia,... Continue reading at 'World Literature Today'

[ World Literature Today | 2020-01-14 15:09:14 UTC ]
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