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Category Archives: February 2017

In Mastai’s Brilliant Debut, Science Fiction Doubles As Today’s Reality

ALL OUR WRONG TODAYS. Elan Mastai. Dutton. Elan Mastai has made his name writing for the screen, but as his fiction debut All Our Wrong Todays shows, he’s got the … Continue reading

February 8, 2017 · Leave a comment

Famed California Attorney Joseph Cotchett Dissects the State of the American Landscape

THE PEOPLE VS GREED. Joseph W. Cotchett. Patsons Press. Guys as successful as Joseph Cotchett rarely rock the boat. Rather, they choose to sit silent, rest on their laurels, and … Continue reading

February 2, 2017 · Leave a comment

Mary Astor’s Purple Diary

MARY ASTOR’S PURPLE DIARY: THE GREAT AMERICAN SEX SCANDAL OF 1936. Edward Sorel. Norton & Company. By page eleven—which happens to be the first page of the text—the self evident … Continue reading

February 2, 2017 · Leave a comment
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