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It's Earth Day in Some Parts of Planet Literature

Yesterday, April 22, was Earth Day. Our planet is in deep ecological trouble, and America’s Predator-in-Chief is making things worse with his profoundly anti-environmental policies. I guess he’s also the Polluter-in-Chief. 439 more words

Feelings (aka. world-building)

My MA lecturer was nice enough to let me borrow this book from her. I read it within a few days (not just because her copy was signed and appeared to be a first edition, which made me paranoid any time I set it down close to a cup of tea). 496 more words


Amazon KDP Unveils Kindle Create Word Doc Conversion Tool

by Mercy Pilkington at Good e-Reader

If you’re a self-published author, writing your book is only half the battle. Some might even argue that it’s the easy part of being an author. 79 more words


Review: The Little Foxes

This is easily the most entertaining serious play I’ve seen so far this Broadway season. Plays like Oslo and Indecent may be more insightful, even edifying, but Lillian Hellman’s 1939 poisoned chestnut The Little Foxes has far more spicy melodrama. 288 more words


Ethical Theories Summarized & Explained: Consequentialism, Deontology, Virtue Ethics, and Objectivist Ethical Egoism

The purpose of this article is to explain different ethical theories and compare and contrast them in a way that’s clear and easy for students to understand. 13,198 more words

Ayn Rand

How Insensitive

The *last posting* ended with Joseph welcoming his father and brothers and their families as they entered Goshen, where they would settle.

As Prime Minister of Egypt, Joseph felt an obligation to tell the Pharaoh of his family’s arrival in Goshen, because his extended family numbered close to one hundred – a not inconsiderable number in those days. 852 more words


10 кращих книг під каву

1. Jack Kerouac “One the road” // Джек Керуак “В дорозі” : Viking Press, 1957