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Tuesday, 05 June 2018 16:24

‘The Glitch’ leans in

There are few segments of our current society as ripe for satire as the world of Silicon Valley. There’s a lot to unpack in the high-tech realm – lots of precepts and personalities and perceptions that beg to be looked upon by the satirist’s eye.

The latest author to take a swing at that particular target is Elisabeth Cohen, whose debut novel is “The Glitch” (Doubleday, $26.95). It’s the story of Shelly Stone, a tech CEO whose life is turned upside down by a series of events involving her lost daughter, a product crisis and a mysterious young woman who may or may not be a younger version of Shelly herself.

It’s also an at-times biting look at the stark realities of corporate life and what it means to be a woman in a position of power in a male-dominated industry. It’s about the sacrifices necessary to achieve at that high level … and whether those sacrifices ultimately prove worthwhile.

Published in Buzz

Bohjalian’s twist-laden mystery an energetic and exciting read

Published in Buzz

Debut novel a well-crafted, compelling coming of age story

Published in Style
Wednesday, 02 August 2017 10:49

Tick-tock - ‘The Clockwork Dynasty’

New book offers steampunk take on automata

Published in Buzz
Wednesday, 12 July 2017 11:24

Scooby-Cthulhu – ‘Meddling Kids’

Genre mashup brings together kid detectives and Lovecraftian horror

Published in Buzz

History is filled with events that, despite being utterly fascinating, simply fall by the wayside of our awareness. It isn’t that they are less interesting or less valid than other events – they just don’t make it to our history textbooks. They don’t make the cut.

Published in Buzz
Wednesday, 29 March 2017 12:06

The life and times of the Old Perfesser

“Casey Stengel: Baseball’s Greatest Character”

Published in Sports

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