Sue Kurginski

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Friendship Day Quotes That Won’t Make You Cringe

Friendship Day quotes have a tendency to border on the saccharine. Who doesn’t, after all, get a little sentimental when they have an entire day to …

Corporate Bungling And Political Scandal Abound In Jesse Eisinger's New Book

<i>Jason Heller is a senior writer at</i> The A.V. Club, <i>a Hugo Award-winning editor and author of the novel</i> Taft 2012.<p>James Comey has become a household name over the past few months, and for good reason. Following his controversial handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails while she was …

Trump Administration

A 'Portable' Overview Of A Complex, Compelling History

<i>Genevieve Valentine's latest novel is</i> Icon.<p>Mary Prince's story is, in some ways, a familiar narrative. Born a slave around 1788, she was abused by a mistress, Mrs. Wood — beaten, forced to work when ill, refused the chance to buy her freedom. Eventually, she sought emancipation on English soil. …

It's Such a Tricky Thing, Being a Screenwriter

It’s such a tricky thing, being a screenwriter, a strange combination of talents. You have to have the instincts to want to express yourself like any …

Deprovincializing Philosophy

HISTORIANS OF PHILOSOPHY by and large seem content to make small additions or revisions in their field. By contrast, Peter Adamson’s <i>Philosophy in the</i> …

Fresh Ideas for Showing Off Your Book Collection

(Image credit: @stylizimoblog)<p>Although you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, you can definitely appreciate its presentation. Along with keeping …

How the Handmaid's Tale became the haunting TV hit that drove us to breaking point

When casting an eye back over the summer of 2017, one image will abide. Not Theresa May’s pink holiday dress or even the bronzed limbs of the <i>Love Island</i> winners; but, instead, blinkered white bonnets and rich, red cloaks.<p>For many of us, the television adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s 1985 dystopia,</i> …