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Pseudonym:A Solution for Cyber conflicts

  • I think faking a identity on social media is turning to be ethical for preserving one's privacy. Stalkers nowadays are threatening others by collecting personal information and some times impersonate them which is a type of identity theft...
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Cyber Conflicts

"The Bell Jar"

The Bell Jar (Heinemann, 1963)

Esther Greenwood is brilliant, beautiful, enormously talented, and successful, but slowly going under —- maybe for the last time. In her acclaimed and enduring masterwork, Sylvia Plath brilliantly draws the reader into Esther’s breakdown with such intensity that her insanity becomes palpably real, even rational —- as accessible an experience as going to the movies. 100 more words


Let's Blitz Again - October 2016 #10

After a week of turmoil at my day job, the seriously stressful kind, it’s a relief to come home to my writing and family. I’m still poking away at my garden, but it’s almost at an end. 157 more words


Anonymously Yours

If you haven’t heard about the Elena Ferrante controversy, then frankly, you’re doing Twitter wrong!  Elena Ferrante is the pen-name of a highly successful Italian author who was ‘outed’ last week by a journalist whose motives are questionable at best.   874 more words


On Male Erotica Authors

Over the past week or two, I’ve met some new friends over social media, and met a few more at a local venue over drinks. We had some nice conversations about what we did for work, and what we do for fun. 841 more words


Of names and pseudonyms

It’s the first Wednesday of the month again, time for a post for the Insecure Writer’s Support Group.

The IWSG question this month: When do you know your story is ready? 501 more words

Olga Godim

On Anonymity, Identity and Elena Ferrante

There are many reasons why authors may choose to publish their work anonymously or pseudonymously. Historically, this has primarily been due to the threat of persecution or prosecution if the material produced was controversial and/or illegal. 646 more words