Author Archives: Heather Frink

Kind of An Interview With Gary Kliewer

Due to technical difficulties and my inability to work a tape recorder, my interview with Gary Kliewer, the co-owner and editor at White Cloud Press, was not recorded and therefore is not here for you guys to read. Oops! Instead … Continue reading

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What will we do without Oprah!?

As I’m sure we all know, Oprah is leaving our daily talk show lives for good. Well, at least The Oprah Winfrey Show is and with it goes the Oprah Book Club. I admittedly have never watched an episode of … Continue reading

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Helvetica

I watched a documentary called Helvetica tonight and it totally blew my mind! I didn’t think it was going to be good, and it wasn’t amazingly riveting, but it was really interesting and made me think about typeface in a … Continue reading

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Jon Stewart and The Textbook (Ghost) Writer

Last week on The Daily Show, Jon Stewart talked with David Barton, a historian and the founder of WallBuilders, a national pro-family organization that presents America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on our moral, religious and constitutional heritage. … Continue reading

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The maybe-not so dark side of ghost writing

I went into reading the article The Term Paper Artist by Nick Mamatas thinking that I was going to come out of it totally disgusted by the thought of ghost-writing term papers and instead I found it interesting with a … Continue reading

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