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Preview: “Faux Latino”

The following opens a novella called “Faux Latino” After the summer his mother died, Joey Castellani, 15, decided to drop Honors French. He was Madame Jourée’s star pupil, and she met his decision with forced delight and embittered goodwill. Joey couldn’t guess her age, but he understood her to be what most adults conceptualized as […]

“I prefer to be hope rather than talk about hope”

“Most people, after all, do not act to create change, no matter what”

Azealia Banks — a 411

I’m seeing Ms. Azealia Banks this evening at Webster Hall and wanted to catch a friend up, hence this playlist: You just have to admire her — Perseverance:


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