Don’t ask my how or why, but the “wireless” icon just popped up on my desktop. Whoo Hoo! Here are some links to celebrate.
I saw on twitter that next season ETA Creative Arts Theatre in Chicago will feature plays written by black men, but directed by black women.
BRICK CITY, a new film about Newark,directed by Forrest Whitaker will premiere this fall on the Sundance Channel.
This account of the life of Lena Horne broke my heart.
How to know if a book is PoMo. (By this rubric, Leaving Atlanta is a little bit PoMo. Who knew?)
Melissa Harris Lacewell points out that we celebrate women of color when they don’t react to humiliation.
But when you’ve had enough of the strong silent type, there is always Wendy Williams.
What a cool writing studio!
K.G. Schneider takes a clear-eyed look at the Kindle/Orwell drama.
Scandal at the librarian’s conference!