Monthly Archives: December 2015

Reading Ahead: steering the course of the advanced child

As readers likely know, I came home from university this summer for the last time. In a desperate bid to feel productive despite not being in work during those warm months, I conducted a comprehensive clear-out of my room. Along … Continue reading

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Politics in Publishing: production, content, philosophy

Last week, the Asian edition of the¬†International New York Times¬†was distributed with no headline article, because the printers in Thailand had removed it before going to press. Under Thai law, you can be jailed for up to fifteen years if … Continue reading

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