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Literary Legacy

Yesterday, I learned that author Harper Lee had died. I’ve never met her, and actually know very little about her personal life, but she gave to us a literary gift in To Kill A Mockingbird that will outlive us all. I first read the book in high school, when soon-to-be adult views on the world […]

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Why Comic Con Matters

Every year, thousands of comics fans gather in San Diego to celebrate the sub-culture (turned pop-culture) of comics. And I’m using “comics” in the American, graphic novel sense of the word, not the more childish comic strip way that’s used in Britain by The Beano. People fly from all around the world to attend the […]

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