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Tonto, Aunt Jemima, and the Challenge of Oblivious Bias

Tonto, Aunt Jemima, and the Challenge of Oblivious Bias

Surrounded by dozens of hostile Indians on horseback waving rifles and tomahawks, the Lone Ranger turns ...

From Covfefe to Aunt Jemima R.I.P.–Trademarks in the Era of Black Lives Matter

From Covfefe to Aunt Jemima R.I.P.–Trademarks in the Era of Black Lives Matter

In my day job as an intellectual property lawyer I've been blogging occasionally about the strange ...

An Author Event in the Era of COVID-19

An Author Event in the Era of COVID-19

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I now have my own sequel to one of my favorite novels by the great Gabriel ...

Cover Reveals: The Good, the Bad, and, well . . .

Cover Reveals: The Good, the Bad, and, well . . .

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Most authors have little say in the design of our book covers, and thus arrives that ...

Thank you, Dorothy Parker

Thank you, Dorothy Parker

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When in need of a snappy one-liner for the beginning of your book--or your essay or ...

Upcoming Appearance at the St. Louis Jewish Book Festival

Upcoming Appearance at the St. Louis Jewish Book Festival

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I am pleased to announce that I will be one of the featured speakers at 1 ...