Lawrence Wright, author of a New Yorker profile of ex-Scientologist Paul Haggis.
Too soon? Qaddafi has been out of power for less than two weeks, but Salon has already asked eight writers to fictionalize his fall.
A new study finds that positive words outrank negative ones in the English language.
“The New Yorker, What a Load of Balderdash!” say Scientologists who are handing out anti-New Yorker pamphlets outside of the magazine’s headquarters. The protesters are pointing interested parties to a long expose on the Church’s website, which claims that during the exhaustive fact-checking process of the New Yorker’s February profile of ex-Scientologist Paul Haggis, “the Church demonstrated that 59 percent of the facts he was ‘checking’ from his finished article were utterly and irrefutably false.”
DC Comics is upending its comic-book universe by “re-setting” all 52 of its fictional series,
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