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Filmmaker John Lucas spent over five years recording a story that addresses both the inexcusable mishandling of justice and the significance of true friendship to the human experience: its resonant, rescuing power. 1,261 more words


Have you ever been kidnapped by a poet?

The last time I was held hostage by a poet was my freshman year in high school. One day after being in trouble for arguing with my English teacher about some reading material, I walked into the library and found myself all the way in the back, in the poetry section. 799 more words



*** This must be properly understood: “White” is not being used as an adjective to describe something physically incidental about a human being. In the context of this discussion, “white” is used as in the adjective that has been modified by America to describe a people who are granted superiority, in terms of entitlement, over all other ethnically diverse human beings and whose misplaced power is legally protected. 1,695 more words


Something Like a Review - The Last Policeman by Ben H. Winters

I will be the first to admit that I have a particular affinity for Quirk Books. Their sense of humor and mine are pretty well-matched, so when they offered me a chance to read and review The Last Policeman series by Ben Winters, I jumped at it. 731 more words


It's the End of the World as We Know it...

…and I feel fine…

(You’re welcome for the earworm, by the way.)

Ok, so maybe I just got back from a weekend of being spoiled, maybe I’m sporting a sparkly red mani/pedi, and maybe I have a glass of wine sitting right beside me. 225 more words