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· The numbers are in, and Johnson's government really is world-beating →
Given this level of leadership, perhaps it’s no surprise that this week saw many of Johnson’s cabinet abandoning the fiction that they possess basic social skills.
The New York Times
· The Beach May Be Closed, but These Books Are Worth Opening →
· A comic for Covid-19: the tale of a plague-hit Derbyshire village →
It frees him to redraw phenomena of our present time as historical fiction: a population struggling with confusing guidelines from on high; nosy neighbours avidly policing local behaviour; kamikaze amblers using bodily proximity as a threat.
The New York Times
· Design Fiction: Real Solutions, Unreal Problems →
The project is part of a growing movement called design fiction that applies design to speculative, science-fiction type situations.
· The decline of universities, where students are customers and academics itinerant workers →
Her books include 'Glenn Murcutt: Three Houses’, 'Blubberland; the dangers of happiness’ and ‘Caro Was Here’, crime fiction for children (2014).
· No, Luckin Coffee Is Not 'Too Cheap' →
That would keep the fiction going that enterprise-level losses were solely coming from the company spending on new, soon-to-be-profitable, locations, rather than from a structurally flawed business model.
· Fiction reviews: Lawrence Wright's The End of October and three others →
The End of Cuthbert CloseCassie HamerHQ Fiction, $29.99
· Another threat looming in the fight against coronavirus: anti-vaxxers →
Some of the apparent rise in anti-vaxx thinking can be attributed to Donald Trump’s blurring of fact and fiction, and questioning of science and officials from his own government.
· World No Tobacco Day: This is how to distract yourself from smoking →
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· Two fathers, two slain daughters – and the novel aims to inspire peace →
What you read between those two black pages is not fiction.