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Shannon Turlington
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Wonderful profile.
At 84, she sits comfortably as one of the greatest authors in American history, even as her uncompromising dream for black literature seems farther away than ever.
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More fodder for X-files geeks geeking out about the comeback...
The star speaks about returning to the show after more than a decade away.
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What do you think of the cover? It's definitely a companion to Mockingbird in terms of design.
The cover of “Go Set a Watchman,” featuring a dark tree and a train, was designed by Jarrod Taylor.
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Margaret Atwood is so awesome.  Perhaps I'll have to start watching TV again.
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I don't recognize all of these films but this is amazingly beautiful.
The genre of the supercut is at its best when it uses its format to reveal moments you might not otherwise notice. First And Final Frames by filmmaker Jacob T. Swinney is one of these superlative supercuts, taking the viewer on a meditative journey of the opening and closing shots of 55 films, from
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The worst in self published book covers.
Send your finds to kindlecoverdisasters@gmail.com
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What’s So Great About Young Writers? http://nyti.ms/1zWF2BU
Age-based awards are outdated and discriminatory.
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I do find it amazing when someone under 40 writes something good but this my own bias- to me, they're not even full adults yet! 
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How ‘You Do You’ Perfectly Captures Our Narcissistic Culture – NYTimes.com by Colson Whitehead — a fascinating look at pernicious phrases like “you do you” and “it is what it is.” Popeye’s “I yam what I yam,” however, remains what it has always been — the…
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I don't belong to Goodreads, but this is concerning...
The bookternet is, in spite of the best intentions of some, not safe for women. This is a piece about why I quit GoodReads and about women's safety.
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Yikes.
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Picking up where the movie left off, I wonder?
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Ignore the headline - this is an amazing essay about the stories we invent for ourselves and our families. NYTimes: Raising Teenagers: The Mother of All Problems
http://nyti.ms/1xi5w55
Children are characters in the family story we tell — until, one day, they start telling it themselves.
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Freelance writer, editor and information specialist
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I have significant experience in developing and implementing Internet technologies, information systems and opensource software. My strengths are: writing and editing, especially technical writing, documentation and presenting information in a understandable way; planning, organizing and managing complex projects; and system analysis. My passions are using technology in innovative ways and finding creative solutions to problems, particularly in nonprofit and development work.
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Writer, reader, geek, cynical idealist.
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Doing a little freelance writing and a lot of reading. Follow me for lots of writerly and book-related links.

Bragging rights
I have published 18 books, including 2 on voodoo and 1 on monsters.
Education
  • UNC-Chapel Hill
  • NC School of Science and Mathematics