Emily (derivativeworks) - yes, until Saturday!!
Smells like New York alright.
like look i have stanned for many women i felt were terribly treated by their narratives and i think you can like a character while recognizing shitty elements to their writing but i swear half the time people are like “oh no that’s actually a really well written feminist character you just need to look past her lack of screen time and fridging for a male character and all the long shots of her boobs why are you unwilling to do that are you sexist or something”
YOUR FAVE COULD NEVVAAAAAAAAA
I guess Roger hitting the tweener against Marinko’s back? Cici Bellis was a nice enough story though we’ve seen similar things like that before. It’s still pretty early yet and the men’s draw has been kind of sleepy (fine with me considering), meanwhile the women’s draw is just full of disappointments.
I did think Venus played a great match with Sara today, it was a very entertaining third set.
Image via Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for USC Shoah Foundation
Today in Book News: Bruce Springsteen is writing a children’s book about a bank-robbing baby called Outlaw Pete, based on his song of the same name. “Outlaw Pete is essentially the story of a man trying to outlive and outrun his sins,” Springsteen said in a statement. The song “Outlaw Pete” was inspired by the 1950 children’s book Brave Cowboy Bill.
Also today, Quyen Nguyenhas an interview with Tobias Wolff in the Boston Review. Asked about the relationship between literature and politics, Wolff said: “I think it is a political act to force someone to enter the mind, the spirit, the perspective of another human being.”
And the DC Public Library has hired a social worker to help homeless patrons. Social worker Jean Badalamenti told thePost, "Because the libraries tend to be gathering places for people without homes, it’s important to be part of the citywide conversation about how we’re going to address homelessness, health services and moving people out of homelessness."