It's true what her critics have been saying: "Babe" feminist Katie Roiphe, a Princeton-educated writer, is an idiot.
Lorraine Lach's first novel, Flowers for Mei-ling, explores the problem of personal power among women under capitalist and communist dominion.
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What do you get when you cross a hometown boy with a few years of the Big Apple under his collegiate belt, a savvy band of graphic arts students, and a community teeming with unpublished writers?
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