Can you be a real feminist if you get married to a man while wearing a white dress and heels?
Dr. Seuss Went to War: A Catalog of Political Cartoons by Dr. SeussThe Philadelphia Inquirer profiles Joseph O'Neill (via).A primer from Bookride for using the web to check the values of old books. "The first thing to remember is that most books are of low value or no value. Some books are worth less than nothing."The second issue of Wag's Revue is out, featuring an interview with T.C. Boyle.For fans of The Wire, issue four of darkmatter Journal analyzes the series with essays like "The Politics of Brisket: Jews and The Wire" and "The Subversion of Heteronormative Assumptions in HBO's The Wire".The Rumpus gets listy with George Pelecanos' favorite WesternsThe Second Pass follows up on our "Most Anticipated" list with a few more books to look forward to.
In 1998, not long after publishing his first novel, Dan Brown paid a visit to an English class at Phillips Exeter. Among the students in attendance that day was future New Yorker editor Joshua Rothman, whose fragmented recollection of Brown’s appearance turned into an instructive tale about “memory and its tricks.”