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Jordan Scott

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Jordan Scott has worked as a designer and web manager for years, leading projects in web design, magazine layout, and print media. He has championed many organizations and artists through processes of brand growth. He is the editor of the Brooklyn-based literary magazine Moonshot, and writes under the name JD Scott. His publications include Night Errands (YellowJacket Press, 2012) and Funerals & Thrones (Birds of Lace, 2013).

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True to its title, Game of Thrones 4x10 “The Children” followed the stories of those who will gladly inherit, and those who are plagued...

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Earlier this month, as part of our National Poetry Month coverage, I recommended 10 must-read titles from small presses on the micro-side of publishing....

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So, it's National Poetry Month, and the last book of poetry you read was a tattered edition of Leaves of Grass 10 years ago....

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Although April is National Poetry Month, March also has a stake in promoting the work of poets. For this purpose, UNESCO created  World Poetry...

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For the past eight weeks, fans have set aside time to indulge themselves with the dark, winding story of HBO's True Detective. As police...

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Of all the books in the public domain, Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland has inspired perhaps the highest number of variations and remixes....

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Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story is known for playing off Western anxieties: Serial killers, vengeful ghosts, insane asylums, and, most recently—witches—creep across this anthology...

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Not-your-average-20-something, Samantha Shannon earned a seven-book deal with Bloomsbury after her debut novel The Bone Season took the summer by storm. The birthday girl,...

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Elizabeth Winder wrote the book on Sylvia Plath’s wild 26 days in New York City—Pain, Parties, Work—and nothing makes her blood boil more than...

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What if vicious pedophile Humbert Humbert were a hot young woman? Tampa's Celeste is just that, and author Alissa Nutting explains why you might...

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