Books, comics, video games… Our advice for relaxing this weekend

1642942320 Books comics video games… Our advice for relaxing this weekend

Discover the new culture pinned by the editorial staff. © Unsplash The one who watches Born to a German father and a mother from the Ojibwe tribe, Louise Erdrich belongs to the third generation of Aboriginal writers. For this 17th novel hailed from the Pulitzer Prize (the greatest prize in American literature), she was directly … Read more

Nature now incapable of surviving without man: the shocking investigation by journalist Elizabeth Kolbert

Nature now incapable of surviving without man the shocking investigation

She received the prestigious Pulitzer Prize in 2015 for her best-selling book: The 6and extinction, dedicated to the biodiversity crisis. American journalist Elizabeth Kolbert published her latest book yesterday in France: fish in the desert published by Buchet-Chastel, or how man is now trying to repair nature after having seriously damaged it. Asian carp had … Read more

All the light we can’t see (Netflix): release date, cast, plots… All the info on this new series

All the light we cant see Netflix release date cast

Netflix has decided to tackle a monument of literature by adapting All the light we cannot see, by Anthony Doerr. And who says monument, also says prestigious distribution for this promising mini-series, which should be articulated in four episodes in which we will find two stars of the small and big screen. The streaming platform … Read more

Grand Prix de l’Héroïne “Madame Figaro” 2022: five new books in competition unveiled

Grand Prix de lHeroine Madame Figaro 2022 five new books

“The Definition of Happiness” by Catherine Cusset Clarisse and Eve were born nine months apart in 1963 in Paris. Eve lives wisely in New York with her family, Clarisse more whimsical lives in Paris, she loves her three sons and travels. The novel crosses the time, there are the catastrophes of the world, the intimate … Read more

Poynter Institute’s MediaWise, Noticias Telemundo And Google News Initiative Join Forces To Help Spanish Speakers Separate Fact From Fiction Online

1642748156 Poynter Institutes MediaWise Noticias Telemundo And Google News Initiative Join

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (January 19, 2022) – Ninety-five percent of Americans think misinformation is a problem, according to a poll by The Pearson Institute and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. The majority of respondents say that social media giants, its users and some US politicians are responsible for its reckless spread. As … Read more

The Pulitzer Committee has elected its winners for the photo categories

The Pulitzer Committee has elected its winners for the photo

This Monday, April 10, the winners of the prestigious Pulitzer Prizes, recognizing excellence in the fields of journalism, literature and musical composition, were announced. Focus on the awards devoted to photojournalism. In 1917, the Hungarian-American newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer gave his name to prizes. The Pulitzer Prizes are awarded in 21 categories to men and … Read more

LOUISE ERDRICH THE ONE WHO WATCHES OVER AMERINDIAN CULTURE

1642663915 LOUISE ERDRICH THE ONE WHO WATCHES OVER AMERINDIAN CULTURE

On August 1, 1953, the Congress of the United States of America voted House Competitor Resolution 108. This law goes back on the agreements concluded with the Indian tribes by ending federal aid and calling on every Indian to become an American citizen. Filled with complicated words, its purpose is to dissolve the tribes and … Read more

Review – Water Knife (Paolo Bacigalupi): When water is scarce.

1642524561 Review Water Knife Paolo Bacigalupi When water is scarce

We liked – Rhythm.– The story seems very plausible.-The ecological aspect. We didn’t like – Some lengths at the beginning of the novel. When water is more precious than gold, one truth rules the desert: a man must bleed for a man to drink. Who knows never asked this question: what would happen if the … Read more