Salman Rushdie

The following is an interview I conducted for a magazine project I began while studying journalism in New Hampshire called The Grayscale Timelines (GST). When thinking about today’s most renowned authors, many readers will consider names such as Stephen King, Joan Didion, George R.R. Martin, or the reclusive Thomas Pynchon. When debating which author has… Continue reading Salman Rushdie

An Elaboration on “Two Decades of Book Banning” Infographic

My examination of banned books of the 1940s and 1990s was an endeavor to compare two vastly different decades based on family values and social norms. Going in it seemed fairly obvious: the Forties were predominantly focused on World War II, women going to work, and layers of memorable culture in the entertainment industry, predominantly… Continue reading An Elaboration on “Two Decades of Book Banning” Infographic