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Some biomedical journals may practice “nepotistic behavior,” a new study has suggested. In a random sample of 98 journals with a disproportionate number of publications by an author, that author was on the editorial board in 61% of cases, reported Clara Locher, PharmD, PhD, of the University of Rennes in France, and these partner’work. In …

The group’s new visual identity comes after last month’s fundraising round in which it raised around $ 150 million and called on Japanese-based Itochu Corporation, a trade and textiles company, as strategic investors, and Chinese high-end shoe maker Stella International, as well as a private equity firm. Capital of Xiji. Cheng wants to use this …

NEW YORK – Jason Mott’s “Hell of a Book,” a surreal meta-narrative about an author’s promotional tour and his haunted past and present, won the National Book Award for Fiction – a twist that Mott did had not imagined for himself. “Hell of a Book” is a satirical version of a black writer’s adventures on …

” NOTNationalism is the the safeguard of all these treasures which are threatened without a foreign army crossing the border, without the physical invasion of the territory. It is the defense of the nation against the foreigner from within. So wrote Charles Maurras, a reactionary and anti-Semitic French author, in “My Political Ideas” in 1937. …

French singer Edith Piaf’s ‘love boat’, which the icon is said to have used for secret dates, is on sale for £ 1.5million. The 40-foot-long Flamingo, or “Pink Flamingo” in English, rests in St. Katharine’s Dock in central London, at the foot of the Tower of London and offers stunning views of the River Thames. …

Seattle writer Nathan Harris’ debut novel “The Softness of Water” is the winner of the Ernest J. Gaines Award for Literary Excellence, awarded annually by the Baton Rouge Area Foundation to a fictional writer African American emerging. The winner receives $ 15,000. The 15th annual Gaines Prize will be presented to Harris at 6:30 p.m. …

Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson in a scene from ‘Dune’. At the onset of winter, the days get darker earlier and we are looking for more nightly entertainment. A night at the movies becomes more appealing and “Dune” is the first major blockbuster to attempt to fill that void in your schedule. It’s pure science …

Millions of people around the world have left their ancestral homes to come to America, believing that their lives would be better and that they could build their American dream. “People come here penniless but not without culture,” said Mary Pipher, bestselling author and clinical psychologist. “They bring us gifts. We can synthesize the best …

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues around the world, one wonders if it has not already profoundly changed our way of life. Could we find ourselves like those prisoners who, once released, miss their cell, finding in their regained independence the bitter taste of anguish? This last year and a half, so focused on security, has …

My friend, Hester McFarland Solomon, who died at the age of 78, has devoted her professional life to the treatment of psychological illnesses, as a renowned Jungian psychoanalyst in the development school. She rose to the pinnacle of her profession as an analyst, author, teacher and administrator, and in 2007 became only the second female …

If you’re even remotely interested in French politics, there’s a good chance you’ve come across his name in recent weeks. The hubbub around Eric Zemmour, a presidential candidate who is not running (yet), is hard to miss. At the same time, the media fury around this non-presidential candidate has shed light on how journalists, television …

Following the presentation of her book titled Pitch Mastery in the United States of America, Denmark, Canada and other Western countries, Chioma Ogbudimkpa, the award-winning business mentor, recently welcomed a select audience to the Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, at the Nigerian edition of its book unveiling. The event saw a presentation of …

Vaccination or proof of a negative covid test is required to enter France. Proof of both must be carried with you at all times to enter businesses. Paris is its own universe. There is so much charm and so many interesting attractions that it is simply overwhelming for the time-strapped visitor. You have to focus …

Adds results details, background October 28 (Reuters) – Corp of America Holdings Laboratory LH.N raised its annual profit forecast on Thursday, as a rebound in its unit performing clinical trials for drugmakers helped soften the blow from declining demand for COVID-19 tests. Labcorp and other test providers, which have made millions from sales related to …

PARIS – Dragging two large suitcases filled with yellowed sheets of paper filled with scribbled lines, Jean-Pierre Thibaudat, a former cultural writer for a French newspaper, entered the office of Emmanuel Pierrat, a lawyer specializing in intellectual property. “It’s big,” Mr. Thibaudat told the lawyer on the phone before coming to his office last year …

The French Dispatch is described as Wes Anderson in its most technically “Andersonian” form, but the style and structure have failed to win over many critics. Wes Anderson returns to the big screen with The French dispatch, although reviews were mixed when it was released. The French dispatch (2021) debuts as Wes Anderson’s 10th film, …

PARIS — As a television talk show host and expert, Eric Zemmour has built a devoted following in the French far right with years of sharp criticism against immigrants, Muslims and leftist politicians. Today, Zemmour, who says he was inspired by former President Donald Trump, is using his fame to explore a presidential race, an …

The price of supplementary health insurance contracts, often called mutual in France, should increase next year with increases of 7 to 10% planned by the National Independent Federation of Mutuals. Mutual federations say 2021 has been a costly year for health insurance funds due, among other things, to an increasingly aging population and higher healthcare …

23 October 2021 Stars and spies. By Christopher Andrew and Julius Green. Bodley’s head; 512 pages; £ 20 ATHE HEIGHT of his powers at the end of the 18th century, there was no more famous playwright in Europe than Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais, the author of the “Barber of Seville” and of the “Marriage of …

For thousands of years, the grassy plains of Europe and Asia were home to a mosaic of genetically distinct horse lineages. But only one line galloped forward to overtake and replace all the other wild horses. This domesticated line has become the horse of our modern imagination: slender legs, a muscular back and a mane …

Through Christopher brooks and Kirk vuillemot In addition to the frames on display in our galleries, the museum has hundreds of frames in reserve. We usually take a regular inventory of these frames, trying to identify as many specificities as possible: age, materials, country of origin, proportions, relationships with the works in our collection, etc. …

Since Emmanuel Macron’s election to the presidency in 2017, it has been tempting to view French politics in somewhat Manichean terms. Four years ago, Mr. Macron won by (comfortably) beating Marine Le Pen in the second round. Until this fall, it seemed extremely likely that next spring’s election would be a rematch. The division and …

CHATHAM, NY – Like so many traditional events in 2020, the FilmColumbia Festival was lost due to the pandemic. It returns this month, however, essentially picking up where it left off. If you are going to FilmColumbia 2021 What: 22nd FilmColumbia Festival, showcasing a selection of films from major studios and independent, including an array …

Since the turn of the century, Henry Winkler has shown the public that he is more than just a jukebox, a motorcycle, a leather jacket wearing a cool dude. The Fonz, as he was once better known, has established himself as a comedy powerhouse, a family artist and now as a children’s author. At 75, …

OTTAWA – British-Canadian author Rachel Cusk is one of five boundary-pushing writers shortlisted for the Governor General’s Fiction Award. OTTAWA – British-Canadian author Rachel Cusk is one of five boundary-pushing writers shortlisted for the Governor General’s Fiction Award. The Saskatoon-born, London-based word trainer is up for the $ 25,000 honor with her psychodrama “A Second …

Eight start-ups from France showcase artificial intelligence-based innovations in Dubai, including a digital artwork by Leonardo da Vinci Mona Lisa that comes to life and can interact with passers-by. Companies, which offer products for sectors as diverse as entertainment, mobility, education and health, constitute the French Tech Corner, a partnership between Business France, the agency …

If you are a fan of musical theater then you have been exposed to the deeply dark and moving historyof the Phantom who lived in the bowels of the Paris Opera. However, you are probably thinkingfrom Andrew Lloyd Weber’s version. While this musical is iconic in its own way, there is anotherPHANTOM you can meet …

Mr. Zemmour was not the only one to seek, via the Polish judgment, to tap into latent Euroscepticism in a country which voted no to the European constitutional treaty in 2005. Potential right-wing rivals leaped into the breach with Xavier Bertrand proposing a “mechanism to safeguard France’s best interests” that would take precedence over EU …

STOCKHOLM – Tanzanian writer Abdulrazak Gurnah, whose experience of crossing continents and cultures has fed his novels on the impact of migration on individuals and societies, won the Nobel Prize for Literature on Thursday. Gurnah joins the ranks of illustrious laureates such as Toni Morrison, Kazuo Ishiguro, Wole Soyinka and Gabriel García Márquez. The Swedish …

Band Colin Packham CANBERRA, October 7 (Reuters) – Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne on Thursday said the return of the French Ambassador to Canberra would help mend relations between the two countries which were damaged when Australia canceled a submarine contract from 40 billion dollars. Australia last month backed off an agreement with the French …

Because single-use plastics are largely derived from petroleum, by 2050 plastics could account for 20% of the world’s annual oil consumption. Reducing our dependence on plastics and finding ways to reuse the plastic already in the world could significantly reduce emissions. At present, only about 15% of all plastics around the world are collected for …

The French Dispatch has been reviewed outside of the New York Film Festival and will debut in theaters on October 22. The French Dispatch is studded with stars and dotted with pastels and storybook design by Wes Anderson, though like many of his works – recent films like The Grand Hotel Budapest and The island …

As the author of several books on social inequalities woven into the English language, Rosalie Maggio has always known what to say. She has often lectured to high school classes about choosing inclusive words over sexist options – for example, “staff hours” instead of “labor.” At a lecture for her daughter’s class, a student mocked, …

From the mystery of the mummy to the devil’s daughter, Frogwares has an almost 20-year history with Sherlock Holmes and Dr John Watson. Ukrainian developer Frogwares has a nearly 20-year history with famous detective Sherlock Holmes and lovable Dr John Watson. The studio released its first Sherlock Holmes Game, The mystery of the mummy, in …

“Matrix” by Lauren Groff (Riverhead Books) Little is known about Marie de France, a 12th-century poet who lived in England but is known for the novels and fables she wrote in French. From a handful of facts, Lauren Groff has written a richly imaginative account of her life that presents her as a mystical separatist, …

ISLAMABAD: When it comes to disinformation, no other country can beat Indians who excel in the art of fake news, and they try to do it with conviction, which may seem real in Bollywood movies, but the world real it falls flat. The final episode, among many in the series, is the hype created by …

WASHINGTON – “Not without you.” “My dear friend.” “You I love. “ Marie-Antoinette sent these expressions of affection – or more? – in letters to his close friend and alleged lover Axel von Fersen. Someone then used black ink to scribble over the words, apparently to tone down the effusive, possibly amorous language. French scientists …

There are a lot of events to do this weekend and the weather is forecast. Check out the Wharf Oktoberfest (and a few dachshund races!), The Georgetown French Market, an exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery, the Women’s March and more. Volta Park Autumn Festival Volta Park holds its annual Fall Festival this Sunday from …

Of pv magazine International Global nuclear capacity has notably increased by only 400 MW in 2020, according to the latest annual edition of the Global Nuclear Industry Status Report, published by French nuclear consultant Mycle Schneider. Nuclear’s mediocre performance compares with 256 GW of newly deployed renewable energy capacity last year, of which 127 GW …

PARIS – A Paris court ruled on Wednesday that a conservative French magazine was guilty under French hate speech laws of making racist slurs on a fictional story it published last year describing a lawmaker as an African slave who was auctioned off in the 18th century. Valeurs Actuelles magazine sparked outrage in France after …

September 29, 2021 1:30 AM ET | Source: NICOX NICOX Sophia Antipolis Cédex, FRANCE EnglishFrench Press release Nicox NCX 470 Shows Retinal Cell Protection in Non-clinical Model September 29, 2021 – release at 7:30 am CET Sophia Antipolis, France Nicox SA (Euronext Paris: FR0013018124, COX), an international ophthalmology company, today published new data on NCX …

The world is getting smaller and communication between countries and cultures has become more and more crucial. In the Caribbean, English-speaking territories are called upon not to take their English-speaking culture for granted and to take advantage of opportunities to learn other languages, namely French, Spanish and Portuguese, the main languages ​​of the region. Foreign …

Adults who are obese but appear healthy (without common metabolic abnormalities such as high blood pressure, abnormal fats in the blood, or diabetes) are not at greater risk for heart attack, stroke, or death. cardiovascular disease than healthy individuals of normal weight, but they are about 33% more likely to develop heart failure and heart …

BUENOS AIRES – It’s not easy to be a vegetarian in Argentina. Known for its delicious cuts of meat and one of the world leaders in per capita beef consumption, is the meat capital of the world experiencing a beef revolution? The most popular cuts of meat eaten today are those used to make Milanese …

PESHTIGO — A few blocks from the Peshtigo River that saved many people from the fires 150 years ago, two authors have offered to sign the books they wrote about the historic fire on Saturday for festival-goers. Charles Mercier, a great-great-grand-nephew of Father Peter Pernin, who in 1874 wrote a memoir published in French in …

HWe’ve helped save more Jewish lives than Oskar Schindler, but while the brave deeds of the German industrialist were known around the world thanks to an Oscar-winning film, few know the name of Jan Zwartendijk, a salesman of Dutch radio station which helped thousands of Jews to flee Nazism – Occupied Europe. Today, a book …

When you are faced with a situation where you have lost everything, it is very easy to step back and lose hope, but it is more important to continue, explains Tiffany Tavernier, French novelist and screenwriter. “At such a time, love, kindness and compassion give us hope. This is what happened during the pandemic. People …

Rosalie Maggio, La Crescenta, Calif., Died on September 18, 2021 after a heroic battle with pancreatic cancer. Arrangements are made with Solace Cremation and Funeral Home, Los Angeles, California. Services will take place at a later date. Born November 8, 1943 in Victoria, Texas, to Irene Cecilia Nash Maggio and Paul Joseph Maggio, DDS, she …

Updates from Saadi Yacef Sign up for myFT Daily Digest to be the first to hear about Saadi Yacef news. Saadi Yacef’s life was centered in the maze of narrow streets that form the Kasbah of the Algerian capital. It was here that he led a guerrilla uprising against colonial France, a key episode in …

When the leaders of the United States, Britain and Australia announced last week that America would help Australia build eight nuclear-powered submarines, the ripple effects rippled through every capital city. China, which the new alliance is clearly aimed at, has denounced the “cold war mentality” that underlies it. And France, which saw its $ 65 …

Mujtaba Rahman is the head of the Europe practice of the Eurasia Group and the author of POLITICS‘s Beyond the Bubble Column. He tweets to @Mij_Europe. COVID-19 has been good for the EU. Unlike any other region in the world, Europe is now both more cohesive and resilient in the aftermath of the crisis. But …

Published on: 09/22/2021 – 13:22 Tokyo (AFP) Haruki Murakami fans can marvel at a vast collection of the Japanese author’s novels, albums and vinyls in a cavernous new library unveiled Wednesday at his former university in Tokyo. Murakami, 72, is one of Japan’s most famous writers, whose intricate tales of the absurdity and loneliness of …

Whistling while you work isn’t just a distraction for some people. More than 80 cultures use a whistled form of their native language to communicate over long distances. A multidisciplinary team of scientists believe that some of these whistled languages ​​may serve as a model to elucidate how information can be encoded in dolphin whistle …

Design and architecture specialist Allison Arieff once complained about the design of school buildings in the USA: “The design of schools, especially the design of public schools, is often confused with the design of other institutional structures like prisons, civic centers and hospitals, with a detrimental effect. My high school, for example, had the distinction …

The chain this week announced plans to close 11 of its 26 flagship stores across France by the end of the year amid growing post-Brexit supply chain issues. It comes as France continues to be marred by store closures – a situation that has only been made worse by the Covid pandemic. And claims that …

Steve Dunford, Killala and Castlebar, whose deaths took place today. PHOTO: JOHN O’GRADY Posted: Sat, Sep 18, 2021, 6:59 PM Last update: Sat, Sep 18, 2021, 9:46 PM The death of Steve Dunford, Killala, and formerly of Marian Row, Castlebar, has sparked tremendous sense of loss across the county. The deceased was a retired author, …

ALGIERS – Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who joined his country’s struggle against French colonial rule in the 1950s, became Minister of Foreign Affairs at the age of 26, went into exile for corruption and then returned to help get the country out of the civil war, died, state television reported on Friday. He was 84 years old. …

By Peter Apps LONDON, September 17 (Reuters) – The Wagner group of private military contractors operates in the shadows, its existence, operations and ownership subject to rumor, misinformation and denial. But he may be on the verge of achieving something militants and rebels alike have been unable to for decades – hasten the end of …

MONTREAL – Even before the language debate resumes next week in the National Assembly, Dominique Anglade’s liberals say they fear that the Legault government wants to gag the opposition by forcing the adoption of Bill 96. From the outset, the Liberal opposition therefore intends to ask the government to immediately commit to renouncing its right …

Sep 18, 2021 Inseparable. By Simone de Beauvoir. Translated by Sandra Smith. Ecco; 176 pages; $ 26.99. Published in Great Britain under the title “Les Inséparables”. Translated by Lauren Elkin. Period classics; £ 12.99 IN 1958, IN “Memories of a devoted girl”, Simone de Beauvoir remembers having met Elisabeth Lacoin in 1917, when she was …

Chancellor Angela Merkel, a popular leader, shakes hands with the crowd alongside former US President Barack Obama during a visit to the United States JIM WATSON | AFP | Getty Images Under the leadership of Chancellor Angela Merkel, Germany’s power and influence in European and world affairs has been unmistakable. Now that she is stepping …

There is little chance of being part of Les Misérables on the island of Guernsey. While the French writer Victor Hugo wrote Les Mis on the Anglo-Norman Island when he lived there between 1855 and 1870, today you are assured of a warm welcome with a touch of Gallic flair. 3 Autumn is the perfect …

Cascading challenges for the Taliban A day after the Taliban appointed an interim cabinet to rule Afghanistan, the dizzying challenges that accompanied the group’s victory were highlighted, including growing dissent, a humanitarian crisis, and foreign policy issues. Although the Taliban’s announcement of the new leadership was aimed at unifying the movement and formalizing the functioning …

In 2018, Deadline reported that Netflix and the author Harlan coben entered into a five-year agreement. Under the deal, 14 of Coben’s books would be made into Netflix original movies or shows. Currently there are 5 series of Coben available on Netflix. Coben is an author who writes detective novels and thrillers with many twists …

The extreme rainfall that devastated parts of Europe last month has been made more likely and more severe by climate change, according to a new report. The showers, which swept through Germany and Belgium in July, were 3 to 19% more intense and 1.2 to 9 times more likely due to human-caused warming. “It is …

SAINT-PABU, France, August 23 (Reuters) – A bunker built by German troops in northern France during WWII has been restored and refitted as an underground guesthouse. The north coast is still dotted with fortifications left by the German army, which built a so-called Atlantic Wall in an attempt to repel Allied forces. In Saint-Pabu, on …

After a one-year hiatus, the Chautauqua and Franco-Canadian / Métis Festival returns to Old Crossing and Treaty Park near Huot, Minnesota. The festivities will begin on Friday, August 27 at 6:30 p.m. with a picnic-sharing followed by a bonfire, singing by Don Schmitz and narration. The Chautauqua and Franco-Canadian / Métis Festival will celebrate history, …

Michelle Gable’s “Bookseller’s Secret” is her new novel about author Nancy Mitford, whom she greatly admires. “I’ve been a longtime Nancy Mitford fan, but I became obsessed with the entire Mitford clan after reading ‘The Sisters: The Saga of the Mitford Family’ by Mary S. Lovell,” the bestselling writer said. based in San Diego. The …

The word ‘Creole’ reminds a lot of people in New Orleans. But Creole represents the convergence of many different peoples and cultures; it is a word associated with those born in a former colony, as opposed to those who migrated there as adults. The islands where I grew up – Guadeloupe and Martinique – have …

The last report of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has delivered a clear message: climate change is hitting the world faster and harder than expected, and we have about a decade to reduce our emissions. carbon in order to avoid the worst. The far-reaching document represents the most recent science on climate …

Residence Television HBO doubles French television frenzy and buys “Laetitia” mystery miniseries HBO is going French, baby! The cable operator sees the hits “Call My Agent” and “Lupine” on Netflix, not to mention “Emily in Paris”. So it’s time to get into the game. On August 30, they will launch the limited French mystery series, …

Archaeological wonders, old-fashioned charm, cosmopolitan flair: few cities in the world are as impressive as the magical city of Rome. The capital of Italy, located on the Tiber in the central western part of the country, dates back more than 28 centuries. And it is no wonder that it has been dubbed the “Eternal City”, …

Shizuoka (Japan) (AFP) They reveal their tactics before the race, wear armor to protect themselves from attacks, and offer gifts to opponents they beat. This does not happen in the keirin at the Olympics, inside the brilliant Izu Velodrome, but in the keirin invented by Japan over 70 years ago. It is preserved thanks to …

Beach Bistro takes the right track in the event of a pandemic About “A local restaurant at the water’s edge now requires that customers be vaccinated” July 31: Congratulations to Sean Murphy, owner of the Beach Bistro, for caring more about the health and safety of his customers than the profits. By also requiring all …

Champagne: it is the drink of choice for many passengers, whether in business class and first class around the world, or even in economical on Air France – and airlines are the world’s largest buyers of this wine, which (unless you are in Russia) can only be called Champagne if it comes from the wine …

96 years ago July 18 1925, volume 1 of a book was published which sold less than 9,500 copies in the first year of its publication; volume 2 came out 2 years later, in 1927. The book, written in German, was a philosophical memoir and despite its initial lack of popularity, within 20 years it …

Joseph Zalman Margolis, 97, renowned philosopher and author, died Tuesday June 8 of heart failure in his Philadelphia home. At the time of his death, Mr Margolis was writing an article that would have anchored the final project of his life – bringing together the many strands of his 70-year career in a trilogy of …

This week is the feast of religious sacrifice in Turkey. As the name suggests, the lambs will be sacrificed and family celebrations will focus on meat. Although the festive dishes consist of meat and offal, there will always be a place for dessert. No party is ever complete without baklava in Turkey. Baklava is a …

I cannot claim credit for this column idea, which belongs to another Rob Curran. The Other Rob Curran is a gifted writer, a relentless investigator, and a man of great integrity – and yet somehow the French authorities mistook him for me. In fact, in the vast demi-monde of French bureaucracy, the Other Rob Curran …

July 16, 2021, 11:11 The model and her husband John Legend both paid tribute to their French bulldog, Pippa, who died in Chrissy’s arms. Chrissy Teigen has revealed that her French Bulldog, Pippa, has died in her arms in a touching message. On Thursday (July 15), the TV personality took to Instagram to share the …

In the 25 years since his first feature film, “Bottle Rocket” (1996), Wes Anderson’s intricate style has cemented his reputation as an author like no other. Uniquely characterized by an intoxicating emphasis on symmetry, color, and elegance, this style is ubiquitous, even inspiring countless rejections from fans looking to channel its aesthetic. His tenth film, …

I rarely, if ever, use a sports analogy to get a point across, but when it comes to our wine of the week, the Naidu, 2020 Sonoma Coast Rosé from Pinot Noir ($ 30), I simply can’t. not resist. This wine is an out of the ordinary home run, a delight from the first sip …

Global plans to ensure that big international companies like Amazon and Google pay their “fair share of taxes” have cleared another hurdle following a meeting in Venice of the world’s top finance ministers. In June, the G7 group of nations endorsed proposals to change international tax rules. This weekend, the finance ministers of the G20 …

The Earl and Countess Almaviva Figaro and Susanna, their servants, about to get married Cherubino, young pageboy, in love with the countess Doctor Bartolo and Marcellina, his housekeeper It’s Figaro and Susanna’s wedding day, but Count Almaviva, bored after a few years of marriage, wants to invoke an old custom – the right of the …

When former President Donald Trump recently teased an ad on social media, there was speculation that he could join Gettr, a new friendly network founded by an ally that got off to a rocky start. Instead, it turned out that he was filing class actions against Twitter, Facebook and Google. On the same day, a …

Click to enlarge ARIES: March 21 – April 19: The poet Joshua Jennifer Espinoza writes: “I name my body the girl of my dreams / I name my body proximity / I name my body full of hope despite everything”. I like his idea that we can give our bodies funny names, titles and descriptors. …

Italian writer Carlo Lucarelli, 2006 | Creative Commons LYON, France — As the world begins to wake up and we enter the post-containment period, in France the festival’s first big comeback, just before the Cannes Film Festival reopens, was the Quais du Polar which had just been s ‘finish. It is the world festival of …

Since assuming the role of Dior’s first female artistic director, Maria Grazia Chiuri has incorporated a feminist touch into all of her work. In her inaugural collection, models strutted the runway for Spring 2017 in “We Should All Be Feminists” t-shirts, inspired by Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s essay. Chiuri has since collaborated with a …

The Vixen, by Francine Prose (Harper). Harvard graduate Simon Putnam, the narrator of this novel, which takes place during McCarthy’s time, finds a position at a prestigious publishing house, where he is soon tasked with revising a salacious pot of mysterious author. The book is full of anti-Communist propaganda, aimed at capitalizing on Rosenberg’s recent …

Marc Hage, Capital city (A public space, 2020) The pandemic may have closed many storefronts in New York City, but local businesses were closing, and not always being replaced, in neighborhoods across the socio-economic spectrum, long before COVID-19 changed the landscape. urban. Mark Hage’s moody photo documentary book, Capital city (2020), published by A Public …