Has the DEI Backlash Come for Publishing? Dan Sinykin and Richard Jean So have some fascinating data in The Atlantic. In looking at the racial breakdown of more than 1700 novels published by major publishers in the last five years (2019 – 2023), Sinykin and So found that the percentage by nonwhite writers doubled, from
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In today’s fast-paced business world, efficiency isn’t just a goal—it’s a necessity. Companies of all sizes are constantly seeking ways to streamline operations, reduce costs, and boost productivity. One of the most effective avenues for achieving these objectives is through the strategic use of IT services. This blog post will explore the crucial role IT
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There is an immediate richness to the historical fiction of Tracy Chevalier (Girl With a Pearl Earring, Remarkable Creatures), one that goes beyond carefully researched details and evocative prose, and into deep emotion. In her 12th book, The Glassmaker, Chevalier weaves a tapestry of character and conflict, change and stability, to create a story that
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View image in fullscreen Homage to fromage: France’s first cheese museum opens in Paris Centre dedicated to ancestral dairy expertise will provide demonstrations, tastings and explain how to ‘read’ milk More than mere camembert: why France leads the world in cheesemaking Say “cheese” and Pierre Brisson is a happy man. The founder of France’s first
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The highly anticipated film Ishq Vishk Rebound is gearing up to hit theaters soon, creating buzz about its connection to the original Ishq Vishk. Directed by Nipun Dharmadhikari and featuring Rohit Saraf, Pashmina Roshan, Jibraan Khan, and Naila Grewal, the film promises a fresh take on the classic romance. However, audiences are wondering whether it
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In the wide, wide world of wardrobe basics, there’s one staple you don’t ever want to skimp on. That staple, of course, is underwear. No, really. You can’t do your bits and pieces like that. I won’t stand for it. To prove it, I’m even going to share my picks for the most comfortable underwear
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As you’re probably aware, neither House of the Dragon or Game of Thrones shy away from sex scenes — and given the latter’s reputation, Olivia admitted that when she first landed a role in House of the Dragon, she tried to mentally prepare herself for nudity.  Olivia has worked closely with the show’s intimacy coordinator,
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Rob and Wos dive into the absurd character depictions, the flashback sequences, and much more! FX Networks Rob Mahoney and Wosny Lambre lace up and hit the hardwood to recap the third and fourth episodes of Clipped. They start by unpacking Episode 3, “Let the Games Began,” and the contrast between the show’s heavy themes
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Our season-long analysis of MF DOOM concludes with a line-by-line dissection of “That’s That” off DOOM’s final solo album, ‘Born Like This’ Photo by Peter Kramer/Getty Images Our season-long analysis of MF DOOM concludes with a line-by-line dissection of “That’s That” off DOOM’s final solo album, Born Like This. We also discuss the controversial DOOMBot
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You could tell Göksu Kunak’s performance was beginning because blue light started flickering against the faces of a shadowy mass of guests pulling out their phones. Soon after, the Turkish performance artist was flitting back and forth under pouring strobes of white light on the steps of Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie, performing their work Venus. We
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