I love indies… and comics!
I am a program manager at the International Reporting Project, an independent journalism nonprofit in DC. I received my bachelor’s in English and linguistics at Georgetown University, and I’m currently pursuing my master’s in writing at the Johns Hopkins University.
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Books mentioned: The Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins So You’ve Been […]
Was Gregor Mendel a genius before his time, or just a lucky gardener? How did his work shape the future of science?
Sillitoe’s short stories keenly chronicle the lives of ordinary working-class men and boys.
Who are you without your pills? What are the long-term personal effects of medicating emotional issues?
In her latest novel, Adichie talks about race head-on, through her character’s blog posts and dinner-party soliloquies.
A devoted daughter searches for her eccentric mother in this inventive, sidesplittingly funny novel.
The Remains of the Day is a fascinating study of unreliable narration, as well as an exploration of duty and responsibility.