Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi discusses her new novel, SAVAGE TONGUES.
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When the air turns cool, and the leaves turn color. ...more
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More than 150 faculty and staff have signed a letter of protest over the commercialization of the York University bookstore in Toronto, Canada. Meanwhile, Notre Dame’s bookstore is making tons of money. A Chicago-area bookstore doesn’t intend to earn much money. The rare art book store is hoping to balance the books with alternative revenue streams. […]
The first time I saw Adam on television, on American Idol , past and present collided, as if psychedelic clothes, gnawed by moths, are suddenly rewoven, resurrected. ...more
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