I thought to myself when R Gopalakrishnan’s book A Biography of Innovations, landed on my table. The author took the words out of my mouth, as in his introduction to his book, he himself says exactly that. Innovation is among the most frequently used terms wrapped in the adipose of management jargon, he says. Everybody […]
Must read book Secret Lover …Just For ̶M̶o̶n̶t̶h̶ Lifetime by Suyash Dwivedi I got an opportunity to interview Suyash Dwivedi, author of ‘Secret Lover …Just For ̶M̶o̶n̶t̶h̶ Lifetime’. Let’s get to know what her novel is all about before we start the interview ? URL: http://www.news89.com/book/secretlover Author: Suyash Dwivedi Book Editions: Edition : 15-July-2016 Name […]
Meena Alexander, Laurie Anderson, Moustafa Bayoumi, Erin Belieu, Amy Brill, Rosanne Cash, Alexander Chee, T. Cooper, Michael Cunningham, Eisa Davis, Mónica de la Torre, Alex Dimitrov, Rita Dove, Charlotte Druckman, Melanie Dunea, Storm Ervin, Jeffrey Eugenides, Angela Flournoy, Masha Gessen, Allison Glock, Amy Goodman, Jeff Gordinier, David Haskell, A.M. Homes, Siri Hustvedt, Mary Karr, Michael […]
In case you missed it, the “Harry Potter” author announced she’s working on new books late last year. Steenwyck’s work, Rowling seems to imply, could hint at what’s inside those new books. The painting ― “Still Life: An Allegory of the Vanities of Human Life” ― features a Japanese sword, and a shell, two items […]
Thursday, Vulture wrote that she’s been cast in a part that strays from her norm. She’ll play Ofglen, opposite Elisabeth Moss, whose starring as Offred, in Netflix’s adaptation of The Handmaid’s Tale.
In Avril Knows, Heenan writes about a girl named Avril who has a nut allergy. Her parents ask an artist named Jophiel, who is also their neighbor, to paint a portrait of her. Jophiel learns about the precautions Avril must take because of her allergy and discovers that some kids get mad at her at […]
The 144-page comic offers vignettes ranging from personal essays and poems sharing grief, to more lighthearted strips reminding readers that being in the LGBTQ community is something worth celebrating. In one comic, writer Teddy Tenebaum makes the case that LGBTQ love is in fact different from straight love ― not because it’s less than it […]
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