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School Specialized in Comic Books to Open in Paris

Project investigates monographs and open access

“Roger McGough. Now the go-to poet for ads, voicing high-profile campaigns…”

Lemony Snicket launches prize for librarians ‘who have faced adversity.’ Children’s author, who has himself been ‘falsely accused of crimes’ wants to honour those who have stood up to pressure from would-be book banners

Follow the ball through ‘Wooden: A Coach’s Life’ biography (If this doesn’t date and locate me, nothing will.)

“Young white men often number among the most useless and deficient individuals in society, precisely because they have such a delusional sense of their own importance and entitlements. They’ve been raised to believe that one day they’ll be millionaires and movie gods and rock stars (and superheroes), but they won’t, and they’re having a tantrum because of it.” (Maybe we should lower the western society success bar to happy, healthy, and solvent. Anything above that is a bonus, hey?)
Forget Iron Man-child – let’s fight the white maleness of geek culture (We need Iron John and we get Iron Man. Figures. On the other hand, who really needs either of them? I mean, unless you’re a selfish prince or there’s an alien invasion of New York, both being very rare occurrences in this modern world.)

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