He doesn't come into the office until noon, uses a fax machine instead of email, and takes lavish trips on the pretense of work.
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Mothers, Daughters, Orthodox Judaism, and Forgiveness: Local Author Michelle Brafman On Her New Book
The writer talks Jewish feminism and the depravity of the Georgetown rabbi who filmed women getting undressed for the mikveh last year.
Six months after opening, Upshur Street Books is finding its groove: diverse authors, live events, and small press offerings.
Think all the best poems were written in tranquility? Many were written days before the poet's execution.
No More Pseudonymous YA Novels: How Katherine Heiny Returned With a Dazzling Collection of Short Stories
The book Lena Dunham called “magical” illuminates the banal yet somehow important details of everyday life.
"Where there should have been a face was a cavity yawning wide, a maw of cut cords and rutted surfaces, a mulch of crimson and bone.”
"I wanted to write...an echo of my own experience of having an abortion, which was that it was not the worst thing that ever happened to me, but not easy, either."
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