Monthly Archives: April 2012
Andrew Goldman, the “Talk” columnist at The New York Times Magazine, may be one of the shittiest fact-checkers in history, or at least, he seems to think so. When he came to New York City in 1996, he snagged a … Continue reading
The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off.
Distinguished Oxford University scholar Hermione Lee wrote a compelling and, on the whole, laudatory review of Joyce Carol Oates new novel, Mudwoman, in the April 5th issue of The New York Review of Books. The novel tells the tale of M.R. … Continue reading
Rebecca Traister is a contributing writer at Salon and The New York Times Magazine, where she regularly writes brilliant and bold essays on the intersections between gender, politics, and media. She got her start in journalism as a fact-checker for The … Continue reading
The pure and simple truth is rarely pure and never simple.