Emily Nussbaum is an American television critic. She served as the television critic for The New Yorker from 2011 until 2019. In 2016, she won the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism.
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From the author of Fun Home, a profound graphic memoir of Bechdel's lifelong love affair with exercise, set against a hilarious chronicle of fitness fads in our times Comics and cultural superstar Alison Bechdel delivers a deeply layered story of her fascination, from childhood to adulthood, with every fitness craze to come down the pike: from Jack...
This book is incredible. I love it. It goes miles deep. – source
This book is outstanding and I cried at the end. – source
A terrific excerpt from @pomeranian99’s book CODERS (out in March!), all about the lost history of women programmers: – source
Also recommended bySarah Drasner
I was enjoying My Brilliant Friend (the book) only mezzo mezzo until I got to the final line, which snapped me to attention and made me love it. I've never had that experience with a book before. – source
Also recommended byLee Pace
I am eating this book up like candy and I want to collect all of these paper dolls. – source
Mindy Kaling’s book is hilarious. – source
Also recommended bySeth Rogen
Reading @afmess' terrific book Sitcom. Great details, like a nasty nickname given the chick-heavy The Lucy Show: "The Dyke Sans Dick Show." – source