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Book Title: The Believer, Issue 102|
Edition: McSweeney's, Believer Magazine
Date of issue: October 15th 2013
ISBN 13: 9781938073656
The author of the book: Heidi Julavits
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 7.62 MB
Read full description of the books The Believer, Issue 102:-"if he hollers let him go":
-"it's like when black kids sit at the lunch table with only black kids, and the white kids sit with white kids. i think it is just like, 'well, they look like family.' it is just some animal shit. it is safety."
=so often the difficulty in discussing race is about working around the divide of that which we do not know.
-chappelle: the desire to "learn to know himself" again
-"comedy is just disappointment within a friendly relation"
-best jokes deliver a hard truth easily
-alienation is at the heart of the noir conditon
--> femme fatale
-dichotomy between masks (hard-boiled persona) and naked emotions
-navi: michael jackson impersonator
-break dancing is a crossover from tap dancing, capoeira, martial-arts movements and gymnastics
Read information about the authorHeidi Suzanne Julavits is an American author and co-editor of The Believer magazine. She has been published in The Best Creative Nonfiction Vol. 2, Esquire, Story, Zoetrope All-Story, and McSweeney's Quarterly. Her novels include The Mineral Palace (2000), The Effect of Living Backwards (2003) and The Uses of Enchantment (2006) and The Vanishers (2012).
She was born and grew up in Portland, Maine, before attending Dartmouth College. She later went on to earn an MFA from Columbia University.
She wrote the article "Rejoice! Believe! Be Strong and Read Hard!" (subtitled: "A Call For A New Era Of Experimentation, and a Book Culture That Will Support It") in the debut issue of The Believer, a publication which attempts to avoid snarkiness and "give people and books the benefit of the doubt."
In 2005, she told the New York Times culture writer A.O. Scott how'd she decided on The Believer's tone: "I really saw 'the end of the book' as originating in the way books are talked about now in our culture and especially in the most esteemed venues for book criticism. It seemed as though their irrelevance was a foregone conclusion, and we were just practicing this quaint exercise of pretending something mattered when of course everyone knew it didn't." She added her own aim as book critic would be "to endow something with importance, by treating it as an emotional experience."
She has also written short stories, such as "The Santosbrazzi Killer", which was published in Harper's Magazine.
Julavitz currently lives in Maine and Manhattan with her husband, the writer Ben Marcus, and their children
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