Tag: Katie Ryder
Katie Ryder: A Note to Zimmerman’s Facebook DefendersJuly 2013
The problem with the “but this is the law” response.
Katie Ryder: The Truth About Religious Freedom and the ACAFebruary 2013
Your right to swing your fist in religious practice ends when your fist reaches my nose, or uterus.
Katie Ryder: Banned Books WeekSeptember 2012
Next Week, the Guernica Daily will feature interviews and essays in support of free thinking, reading, and writing.
Katie Ryder: AuroraJuly 2012
Chance, survival, and what we wish could be true.
We WorryMay 2012
Katie Ryder examines the nature and power of anxiety through the experiences of writer Daniel Smith.
Tom Bissell: Solitude at the Fault Line of Literary CultureApril 2012
Tom Bissell talks about the blurred line between fiction and non-fiction, ridding the world of mediocre writing, and Tommy Wiseau of The Room.
Katie Ryder: Cindy Sherman and Her VisitorsMarch 2012
Cindy Sherman-esque conversations overheard at the Cindy Sherman MOMA exhibit.
Katie Ryder: Two Oscars that Will Never BeFebruary 2012
|Why two stand-out films will be snubbed at this year’s Oscar ceremony.|
Katie Ryder: “And will you be taking the ACD?”January 2012
|A writer reflects on her arrest at Occupy Wall Street’s protest near Times Square on October 15th.|