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When Truth is Stranger than Fiction… What Rachel Dolezal Teaches Us about Good Story

Over the weekend, the country became obsessed with Rachel Dolezal, the woman who claimed she was black, even though she wasn’t (Not even a little. Not even by way-back-in-the-day standards, when octoroon was an official census designation). This is one … Continue reading

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Tweeting as your character: Yay or Nay?

The other day, in my Twitter feed appeared a post from Gideon Cross (see left).  It immediately struck me as odd, because (1) I don’t follow Cross, and (2) Gideon Cross is a fictional character in Sylvia Day’s Bared to … Continue reading

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