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A Review of Jordan Rothacker’s And Wind Will Wash Away 

A Review of Jordan Rothacker’s And Wind Will Wash Away By Nate Ragolia Like James Joyce and Thomas Pynchon before him, Jordan A. Rothacker takes on the epic novel in his masterful debut, And Wind Will Wash Away (hereafter referred … Continue reading

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Where Are All the Feminists? Amanda Knox’s Story Is about More than Murder

Where Are All the Feminists? Amanda Knox’s Story Is about More than Murder By Lisa Marie Basile Amanda Knox is innocent of murder. As a reader, you may have already chosen a side, since some have made this a battle … Continue reading

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A Review of Matt Fraction’s Sex Criminals

A Review of Matt Fraction’s Sex Criminals By Tini Howard Comics are a brave medium through which to tell an adult story. While some of us know of Alan Moore’s Watchmen as comic literature and saw Chris Nolan turn Batman … Continue reading

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