"But there are also wonderfully told stories here that are a textbook on how to organize everything from a street-corner rally to a union."
Schrank's autobiography would be a yawner—yet another memoir of a radical who decided to get comfortable—if he weren't a good storyteller and if he didn't write from the point of view of a union member and organizer.
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“A skeleton and a slime walk into a bar…” That may sound like the wind up to a very nerdy joke, but it’s actually the set up for a scene in James Parks and Ben Costa’s new YA graphic novel, Rickety Stitch and the Gelatinous Goo: The Road to Epoli, which, to be fair, is full of very nerdy — ...
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