Publishing during wartime, part IV: Learning from history

See part one,Publishing during wartime See Publishing during wartime, part II See Publishing during wartime, part III   Whether you are among those joining the boycott against Simon & Schuster for publishingRead more »

“Maintain a wholesome attitude at all times and a radiant personality”: When Martin Luther King wrote an advice column

A few weeks ago, we published Martin Luther King, Jr: The Last Interview and Other Conversations. For reasons that are probably pretty clear, we’re feeling that right now is an excellent momentRead more »

Publishing during wartime, part III: Protest of S&S and “gaslighting” is growing

See part one, Publishing during wartime Read part two, Publishing during wartime, part II   The protest of Simon and Schuster’s decision to publish Dangerous, a book by hate speech mongerRead more »

Donald Trump and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Press Conference

Hi there. President-elect Donald J. Trump, fresh off a long night trying to come up with some good tweets for his haters following the controversial publication of the BuzzFeed Dossier,Read more »

Committee to Protect Journalists agrees, 2016 was a terrible, terrible year

According to a report commissioned by the Committee to Protect Journalists, 2016 was the worst year on record (going back to 1990) for global journalistic freedom, judged by the numberRead more »

Publishing during wartime, part II

See part one, Publishing during wartime   In yet another heart-rending sign of HOW THE LEFT IS PROBABLY GOING TO BLOW THE WAR AGAINST TRUMP, many of the publishing industry’sRead more »

The Internet Archive launches a Trump-only trove of TV clips

Here at MobyLives, we love archivists. And we especially love the folks at the Internet Archive. The Internet Archive is a giant website that houses, among other things, tons ofRead more »

New Year’s Resolution: Let’s Not Fuck About, Shall We?

So. It’s 2017. And like every other year, you’ve decided to go back to the gym, if only to drop the ten pounds you put on righteously stuffing your cake-holeRead more »

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