I totally want to make this – no joke.
Long and interesting article examining the New York Times editorial policies, and their role in reporting on women's suffrage as a lesson in how a newspaper can act on and react towards major social movements. — "The New York Times addresses current issues in three ways: as expressions of guidance on the editorial page, as expressions of individual opinion on the op-ed page, and as worthy (or not) of news coverage or analysis in the rest of the paper."
Jane talks about writing techniques, Game of Thrones, geek girls and a whole lot of other topics in this great interview.
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