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- Trump: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Part 3)
- Postcards from the Resistance, Vol. 8: Mother of All
- From Lance Armstrong to Trump: The Rise & Fall of the Deified Narcissist
- Reading Malcolm X in Texas
- Playing the Donald Trump Game
- President Rapist: Women Under Trump
- An Open Letter to My Fellow Liberals
- The Democrats Can’t Win If They Won’t Fight
Tag Archives: Young Adult
An Interview with Daniel Kraus
Sean Beaudoin interviews the author of Scowler, Trollhunters, and The Death and Life of Zebulon Finch. Continue reading
THE 50 GREATEST IDEAS I’VE FOUND SCRIBBLED ON SCRAPS OF PAPER IN MY POCKET AFTER I’VE BEEN DRINKING
“Her boyfriend is that handsome magical vampire from the past, Edgarton. There’s no way she would ever notice me. I try to sweep my hair all the way across my forehead and listen to Maroon 5, but it’s just no use.” Continue reading
Posted in 50 Greatest Tagged alcohol, cultural references, larry benner, movie scripts, napkins, pocket scraps, random idea, scribbles, vietnam, Young Adult 12 Comments
Debut Novelist or Garage Rocker? You Decide!
Being a writer and a rocker are almost exactly the same thing. Kari Luna, who excels at both, provides a ten-point guide on How To Succeed At Everything. Continue reading
Posted in Literature Tagged Andre Williams, Estrus, Exene, fiction, Goner, Hammond b-3, HollyGo Lightly, In the red, Kari Luna, Novel, the mooney suzuki, The Theory of everything, Young Adult 4 Comments
Zombie: is there any other place you’d rather be?
Wherein Sean Beaudoin talks about the sociological effect of deep biter culture. And also being thoroughly dead. Continue reading