Eustancey Tilly Edits Wikipedia @2020 Michele Beaulieux My letter to the editor of The New Yorker will be published in the December 14th issue! It points out the sexism in Wikipedia and in Louis Menand’s review of the anthology, Wikipedia @ 20: Stories of an Incomplete Revolution. The letter is only seven sentences, so in … Continue reading The New Yorker Missed that Wikipedia Misses Women
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Connecting the Dots: Jeffrey Toobin, Sexism, The New Yorker
Eustancey Tilly connects the dots @ 2020 Michele Beaulieux "My Rejected Letters to The New Yorker" have a pattern. Most point out sexism in the magazine authors' assumptions and writing, sexism so glaring that I question why, if the writers were as clueless as they apparently were, that the editors didn’t step in. It wasn’t … Continue reading Connecting the Dots: Jeffrey Toobin, Sexism, The New Yorker
My Rejected Letters to The New Yorker
My identical twin, Jacqueline, a magazine journalist, rates getting an article published in The New Yorker the pinnacle of success. So when her letter to the editor was published, I got it framed for her. I took partial credit for the coup because her authority to write about twinship came from our shared DNA. I … Continue reading My Rejected Letters to The New Yorker
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